Whether you're looking to head out on the water to fish, water ski, sail or boat around for the day, you can use one of the three boat launches available in Innisfil. Review the boat launch locations, fees and parking regulations before you plan your trip.

Innisfil Beach Park boat launch

We operate a public boat launch from Innisfil Beach Park. This boat launch is two lanes: one for launching boats and another to pull boats out of the water. The boat launch at Innisfil Beach Park is our largest municipally-maintained launch and suitable for most passenger sized boats up to about 30 feet.

Parking

If you're an Innisfil resident, you can access free parking at Innisfil Beach Park when you display a Resident Parking Pass. If you're from out of town, you must pay to park your vehicle and boat trailer. There are 35 parking spots exclusively for boat trailers, including ten resident-only spots and three accessible permit spots. Overflow parking is available near the soccer fields. Review our municipal parking lots and rates for more information.

Shore Acres boat launch

There is a public boat launch located at 1090 Shore Acres Dr. that is open seven days a week from May to late September.

Parking

If you're an Innisfil resident, you can access free parking at the Shore Acres Lot located on Neilly Road when you display a Resident Parking Pass. If you're from out of town, you will need to pay to park at the Shore Acres Lot. Review our municipal parking lots and rates for more information.

Isabella Street boat launch

There is a public boat launch located at 977 Isabella St. that is open seven days a week from May to late September. The boat launch is one lane wide and recommended for smaller watercraft.

Parking

This boat launch does not have a public parking lot.

Road end use

Many of our local roads provide an access point to Lake Simcoe and are multi-use. You can use these areas to launch kayaks and canoes. Swimmers may use these areas at their own risk. There is no designated swimming area, and the water is not tested by the health unit for changing bacteria levels.