Canoe, kayak and stand-up paddleboard storage

The storage area is now closed for the season. Access is by appointment only by contacting us the information below.


Attention all avid canoers, kayakers, and stand-up paddleboarders, Island Lake Conservation Area is proud to provide annual outdoor on-site storage for canoes, kayaks and paddleboards.

Storage is $110+HST for one bunk, and $55+HST for additional bunks on the same account. For more information please contact Island Lake Conservation Area at or 1-800-367-0890.

Our new storage facility features:

  • Secured tall fenced storage area that only members have access to
  • Waterfront location with path to the lake (~40ft)
  • Watercraft dollies provided for ease of transportation

What you need to know:

  • One pleasure craft per bunk
  • The storage period is 12 months from date of payment
  • Must let staff know when the pleasure craft is taken off site
  • Loose equipment, like paddles and life jackets, cannot be stored on site
  • All pleasure craft must be secured with two locks: one at the bow and one at the stern. These locks are to be provided by the users.
  • Pleasure craft is stored at your own risk; Credit Valley Conservation Authority assumes no liability for your pleasure craft.
  • Admission fees are not included in the storage fee, however memberships are available for purchase.
  • Access to the storage area is permitted only during applicable park operating hours and seasons.
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