Fifty Point

Fifty Point, ON

Lat: 43°13.581   Long: 079° 37.355

Quick Reference:

  • Port Type: Park
  • Monitors VHF: 68
  • Charts: CHS 2077; NOS 14810
  • Customs: (888) CANPASS (266-7277)
  • Coast Guard
  • Transient Docking
  • Anchorage
  • Diesel
  • Gasoline
  • Potable Water
  • Pump Out
  • Washrooms
  • Showers
  • Laundry
  • Repair Services
  • Provisions
  • Pharmacy
  • Hospital/Clinic
  • Banks/ATM
  • Restaurants/Pubs
  • Shopping
  • Internet
  • Amenities
  Important Numbers

Area Code905
Police(888) 310-1122


Harbor Distance (nm) Harbor Distance (nm)
Whitby, ON 49 NE Wilson, NY 36 E
Toronto, ON 27 N Youngstown, NY 27 E
Bronte, ON 11 NW Port Weller, ON 19 E


Fifty Point Conservation Area is located at the west end of Lake Ontario, between Burlington Bay 8 nm to the west and Pot Dalhousie 16 nm east. It is probably the finest harbour between Hamilton and the Niagara River. The conservation area is a 197 acre/80 ha park with beaches, camping areas and a large, well-maintained marina. Owned by the Hamilton Conservation Authority, this is a very popular place to visit.


The approaches to Fifty Point are clear from all directions. The harbour is entered between 2 riprap breakwaters marked with a F GREEN sector light on the east breakwater, visible 3.9 nm offshore. There is a private Fl RED light on the west pierhead.

It is important to approach the harbour entrance from the north or west through a heading up to 203°T. There is a Canadian Armed Forces firing range .3 nm east of the channel. That firing range is marked with YELLOW spar buoys and 2 Fl YELLOW lights at the north end. When the range is flying a RED flag, it is forbidden to enter, pass through or anchor in area inside the buoys.

Once inside the harbour, the marina is on your starboard side.


Fifty Point Marina   (905) 525-2187  VHF 68
Fifty Point Marina has 336 slips with about 3 dozen available for transient sailors. There is a fuel dock (diesel and gasoline) and a pumpout station. Water and power are available at slips. There are washrooms, showers and laundry facilities in the marina building. They also have a coffee shop and ship's store. Internet access is available. The marina is adjacent to a beach described as one of the warmest and cleanest beaches on western Lake Ontario. There are hiking trails and picnic areas within the conservation park.

Fifty Point Yacht Club
FPYC is located within the Fifty Point marina. They have 10 slips available for transient sailors. Arrangements for slips are made through the marina office. Visiting sailors are welcome.


The closest grocery store is 50 Point Market about .25 mi/ .4 km from the entrance to the Conservation area. It is located in the small Sun Valley Mall.

The Royal Bank of Canada is located about 1.25 mi/ 2 km from the entrance to the Conservation Area. It is on the other side of the Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW) freeway. It has both counter and ATM service.


Health Wise Medical Clinic (905) 647-5050 is located about .25 mi/.4 km from the Conservation Area entrance It is located across the street from the Sun Valley Mall.

The Compounding Pharmacy (905) 647-7676 is located about .25 mi/.4 km from the Conservation Area entrance, in the Sun Valley Mall.


The Landings is a licensed restaurant located at the marina. It is a bright, airy place that overlooks the marina and its outdoor balcony is a perfect place to relax after a day's sailing.

There is a pizza restaurant in the Sun Valley Mall, about .25 mi / .4 km from the Conservation Area entrance


Fifty Point Marina is located within a beautiful conservation park. It has a lovely beach, walking trails and good fishing from stocked ponds (no license required!). It is one of the best locations for bird watching in the western Lake Ontario region.

The Fifty Point ON information site will give you an idea of things to do and see while visiting the area.

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