In Honey Harbour, nature gave us the tools: the Southeastern Georgian Bay area offers an abundance of beauty, the ideal setting for adventure, and sunsets tailor-made for relaxation. It’s up to us to use those tools to build a strong and thriving community. The Honey Harbour Boat Club is committed to working with our neighbours to do just that.
The Boat Club supports water-based emergency services, housing Ontario Provincial Police boats, the Honey Harbour Fire Boat, and providing a hub for emergency responders to meet, coordinate, and launch aid. Our Board of Directors and members are also active in various charitable initiatives. If you know of a non-profit or community group that could use our help with promotional or funding support, let us know.
Our Honey Harbour community is strongest when we all succeed. This is why the Boat Club fully supports the following associations, organizations, services, and businesses
Honey Harbour Association
These cottagers and residents work tirelessly to maintain the quality of life in our area. Visit their website for information on social events, church services, tennis club, local businesses, and membership benefits. All Honey Harbour cottagers are welcome – and encouraged – to become members.
Cognashene Cottagers Association
Have questions about the Cognashene community? Look no further. If you’re a full- or part-time cottager or resident, this association provides a wealth of information.
Georgian Bay Township
Learn all about our hard working Municipal Government. You can also access a wide range of government and community resources (and even pay your parking ticket!).
Georgian Bay Land Trust
This trust is committed to preserving our unique archipelago. Visit the site for more information or to make a much-appreciated donation.
Conveniently located right beside the Honey Harbour Boat Club, the Delawana Inn is one of Ontario’s leading resort destinations. Come see why!
YMCA Camp Kitchikewana
“Kitchi” has been delivering great camp experiences for decades to boys and girls ages 6-16. The Honey Harbour Boat Club is proud to be the launching pad for excited campers and staff.
YMCA Camp Queen Elizabeth
Located on the rocky shores of Beausoleil Island in Georgian Bay Islands National Park, YMCA Camp Queen Elizabeth (CQE) provides quality camping experiences for youth in a positive, supportive environment. This environment helps campers develop four core values: Respect, Responsibility, Caring and Honesty.
Honey Harbour Towne Centre (Food Land)
Fill your basket with fresh produce, meat, hardware, and other essentials. Less than a kilometer from the Boat Club, the Towne Center also has a terrific snack bar with hot items and ice cream.
Elk’s Hideaway Bakery
This wonderful bakery does not have a website; they’re too busy baking fresh breads, pizza, and treats. Elk’s Hideaway Bakery is located beside the Town Centre – just follow the mouth-watering smells or call 705-756-2993. And make sure to try the cheese bread!
Honey Harbour LCBO
Store information and map for the convenience of our guests. Remember that whether you are in a car or a boat, drinking and driving never mix!