Happy Days Houseboat Rental Ltd

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R.R. # 2, Bobcaygeon, Ontario, Canada K0M 1A0

We are open 7 days a week, 365 days a year!

Located on the west shore of Pigeon Lake, 10 km south of Bobcaygeon, Ontario, Canada is the Marina for the Happy Days Houseboat rental fleet. With over 70 houseboats that call Happy Days home, the Marina is home to the largest mooring of houseboats in Ontario and as such, maintains excellent service standards for all your marine service needs. We know Houseboats!

Situated on 13 picturesque waterfront acres, with 1200 ‘ of shoreline, you will experience a family friendly atmosphere that includes a Kid Zone with Children’s Play Area and a naturalized garden with a picnic area.

Happy Days Houseboats is a member of Boating Ontario and has been independently evaluated and rated for its eco-efficiency performance and has made a significant commitment to environmental improvement. Happy Days Houseboats will promote Clean Marine practices at all times and agrees to always show respect for the environment and for the fish, birds and animals and all other creatures that share it with us.

Only on the Trent Severn Waterway can one houseboat company offer a myriad of unique surroundings and a diversity of houseboat model options. From the bare necessities to luxurious comfort and executive style, Happy Days Houseboats offers a houseboat vacation that will suit every need.

The Trent Severn Waterway is one of Canada’s most spectacular waterways and is a national historic site that is operated and safeguarded by Parks Canada. It is a world famous tourist destination that it is home to some of the best recreational boating in North America and is one of the finest man made interconnected systems of navigation in the world.

The waterway stretches 386 km (240 miles) from Lake Ontario’s Bay of Quinte to Georgian Bay and Lake Huron.
Home to the World’s two highest hydraulic lift locks which are located in Peterborough and Kirkfield.

Located in the beautiful village of Coboconk on the Gull River is Canada’s Fresh Water Summit – The highest elevation of fresh water from which you can circumnavigate the globe. Samuel de Champlaine travelled this route with native guides in 1615.

It is an impressive chain of lakes and rivers linked by more than 40 locks and some 50 km (33 miles) of excavated channels. All of the locks are situated in a beautiful park-like setting and most are proximate to small, inviting communities.

The Trent Severn Waterway is an engineering marvel, is historically relevant and geographically fascinating. A great experience to capture for the kids when they return to school and write about “What I Did This Summer”.

 

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