Docks are falling apart, too shallow to get into the harbour safely. No gas, usually. Weird hours of operation.
Primative yes, but given that Pelee Island does not have a grocery store on it, it is understandable. It does have 30amp service and gas. All other types of fuel are located next door at the Pelee Island Co-op. Extremely friendly and helpful staff, most have been there for years and know what they are doing. A very laid-back play, usually very quiet unless it is a long-weekend or PeleeFest. Reservations are a must for weekend. There are only about 26 docks available with 30amp service, and a handful of non-powered slips are available. Wells are 30ft by 30ft, with a 75ft t-dock at the end. The depth usually ranges from 6ft at the closes well to shore to 10ft at the t-dock. It gets weeds cut twice per-summer, typically around the July long weekend and then around PeleeFest (Auguest 7th weekend). It does have a ramp for smaller boats as well. The only downfall is that there is no pumpout and it is roughly 6 miles away from the "town" on the island, but it is by far the best marina, along with biggest and safest on Pelee Island.