On Shore


Feel free to use our onshore barbecues and adjacent picnic tables and shelters. Replacement propane tanks for these BBQs can be obtained from club staff. You may bring your own food and drink to these areas.

 

Bagged ice blocks and cubes can be bought from freezers located on the lower level on the lake side of the clubhouse. A charge of $3.00/bag can be paid to one of the club staff.

 

There is a playground for children just south of the clubhouse. A basketball hoop is located just east of the South Shore slips.

 

We offer free wifi to all of our visiting guests. Networks are: MimicoDock, MimicoClub or SouthDock. Club staff will be pleased to give you the password.

 

Washrooms with showers are located on the lower level of the clubhouse. The laundry room, also on the lower level, is located on the east side of the clubhouse next to the women’s washroom. The washer and dryer each cost $1.50 per load. Club staff will provide a code to give you 24/7 access these facilities. This code also works on the pedestrian entrance gate, if you plan to leave the club grounds.

 

If, during your stay, there is a live band and dancing for MCC members you are welcome to join us. This would not apply if it is a private event, such as a wedding. You can check with staff or an MCC member to verify.

 

Within walking distance of MCC you can find the following essentials:

Metro grocery store, 2208 Lake Shore Blvd West, open 7:00 to 23:00.

LCBO liquor store, including wine and beer, 2218 Lake Shore Blvd West

Shoppers Drug store, 2206 Lake Shore Blvd West

Banks: BMO, 2194 Lake Shore Blvd West; TD, 2210 Lake Shore Blvd West; and Scotiabank, 2196 Lake Shore Blvd West

Coffee shops: Starbucks, 2208 Lake Shore Blvd West; and Tim Hortons, 2189 Lake Shore Blvd West; Birds and Beans Coffee, 2413 Lake Shore Blvd West

Gasoline: Esso, 2189 Lake Shore Blvd West

Citrus Medical Centre, walk-in medical clinic and pharmacy, 2240 Lake Shore Blvd West

 

The closest chandlery is Fogh Marine at 901 Oxford Street, 4 km (2.5 miles) from MCC.

 

Toronto has an excellent public transit system – TTC (Toronto Transit Commission).

http://www.ttc.ca/

Streetcars run east and west along Lake Shore Blvd and offer 24-hour service to downtown Toronto.

 

Toronto has an extensive network of cycling paths, including one that goes along the waterfront past MCC on Humber Bay Park West Road.

https://www.toronto.ca/services-payments/streets-parking-transportation/cycling-in-toronto/cycling-google-map/

 

Incoming Club Cruises

If you are arriving at MCC as part of an organized cruise from a reciprocal club much of the above information applies. In addition, there will be a designated picnic area for your members to gather, barbecue and socialize. Club staff and members will be happy to answer questions or provide directions – don’t hesitate to ask!

 

Useful Phone Numbers

Emergency                                                                911

Toronto Police Department                                    Non-emergency 416-808-2222

                                                                                    Marine Division 416-808-5800

Canadian Coast Guard                                           Cell Phone – emergency *16

Coast Guard Radio Station                                    613-925-4471

Rescue Coordination Centre – Trenton, ON       1-800-267-7270

St. Joseph’s Hospital                                              416-530-6000

Beck Taxi                                                                   416-751-5555

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