Cruise the Great Lakes
Rich history, diverse cultures and spectacular vistas.
These are the Great Lakes ports of call.
Little Current on Manitoulin Island
The beautiful clear waters of the North Channel await your arrival into the Port of Little Current. Enjoy some of the best boating in Lake Huron on your trip through the North Channel, staying a while in the quaint town of Little Current.
Little Current is a picturesque small town, its downtown bustling in the summer months with boats, and travellers strolling the recently renovated docks.
Enjoy the beautiful new waterfront, including two brand new waterfront pavilions, providing clean restroom and shower facilities to marina and dock guests, as well as covered pavilions for hosting events.
The Port of Little Current docks are almost a kilometre (a half-mile) long and have undergone significant upgrades in the last few years, including 100 floating slips, beautiful main docks and attractive white light fixtures, two beautiful new waterfront pavilions featuring brand new washroom and shower facilities for boaters as well as space for outdoor events under the pavilions.
From the port, you are centrally located to enjoy the waterfront scenery, proximity to outdoor recreation, and, best of all, you are across from the shops of downtown Little Current on Water Street, providing anything you may need. Walk along the docks to the landmark red brick Post Office Building to send a postcard, then cross the street for clothing, restaurants, art, or grab a latté! Plus, you’ll find all the practical amenities you’re looking for, only steps from your boat.
Be sure to take the opportunity to stop by the beautiful Port of Little Current and enjoy all that the town has to offer!
Key Sightseeing Adventures
From the Port of Little Current, you are at a prime location for just about everything you need. Browse the shops on Water Street, grab some Farquhar’s Ice Cream or frozen yoghurt, stop by one of several restaurants, or grab a drink and watch a live band. The Port of Little Current is the perfect place to relax, and to explore.
Just past the corner of Bidwell Road and Highway 540, a 15-minute drive southwest of Little Current, the Cup and Saucer Trail offers 12 km of hiking trails, a 2 km adventure trail and numerous breathtaking views from atop its dramatic 70-metre cliffs. The walk can take approximately 1 hour, or up to 4 hours depending on which trail you choose. The lower trail offers a relatively easy hike. The upper trails contain moderately steep climbs to access.
The Sheguiandah Archaeological Site is a National Historic site by Parks Canada, based on its age and the evidence of ancient quarry pits and stone tool workshops dating back more than 10,000 years. Visit the site for guided tours during the summer months and visit the Centennial Museum of Sheguiandah and its new interactive display of the Sheguiandah Site.
North Channel Cruise Line offers a variety of marine tours on their 100 passenger vessel, the Grand Huron. Weekly tours are run to North Channel locations including the Benjamin Islands, Baie Fine, and Killarney with dinner, sunset and beach party options available for private charter.
7 am to 10 pm
OMOA Ontario Operators Association Member
OMOA Clean Marine Certified
Depth of Water at Fuel Docks 4.8 m (16 ft)
Depth of Water at Slips 4.8 - 6 m (16 - 20 ft)
Power Source 30/50 amps
VHF Monitor Channel 68
120 transient docking locations
Services and Rates
Overnight $1.95 + HST/ft
Weekly $ 11 + HST/ft
Monthly Rate $24.25 + HST/ft