Boatworks Port Carling, Lake Muskoka
9 Lee Valley Drive, Port Carling
*Please note: Due to COVID-19 restrictions our gas docks are currently open at this location, but our building is not.
Monday-Friday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Located on the Lake Muskoka side of Port Carling, this location is around the bend in the river in Port Carling, past Foodland.
Ethanol-free marine gas is available from our pumps throughout the boating season. Our gas dock is located in the perfect spot for novice drivers with lots of room to maneuver right up to the pump. Please see the Service Department if you need assistance.
Boat Ramp & Trailer Parking
$15 one way usage of the boat ramp $25 for both in and out usage Trailer parking is available for $10/day + HST
Marine & Fishing Supplies
We stock boat, dock and fishing supplies: bumpers, ropes, PFDs, fishing rods, lures and nets. Looking for something specific? Ask us! We have a network of reliable suppliers who ship daily.
We carry clothing, swimwear and footwear brands such as Rip Curl, O’Neill, Team LTD, Fourth Element and Reef. We also offer a wide selection of watersports equipment including stand up paddle boards, wakeboards, wakesurf boards, water skis, tubes, ski ropes, water toys, and a range of life jackets.
Our service department is staffed by qualified marine technicians who offer professional repairs and maintenance, tune-ups, oil changes, warranty work, propeller repairs, fibreglass repairs, boat finishing, detailing and more.
SWS Boatworks can also winterize and store boats; we offer onsite outdoor shrink wrap storage, indoor storage, heated indoor storage, or lifted in your boathouse.
The SWS Boatworks Port Carling Service Department is open until December and reopens in March Monday–Friday, 8:00am–5:00pm. Gas docks open daily from June to October.
Our sales team are boat fanatics, eager to share their love and knowledge of boating in Muskoka.
Our experienced and skilled team of technicians offer expert service at all of our Boatworks locations.
For more than 50 years, SWS has introduced thrill seekers to the exciting world of watersports.