Woohoo! A day on the water!

Summers at Belwood Lake are really awe-inspiring and Belwood Lake cottagers make the most of it. The skies are blue, the water inviting, and every day brings a great opportunity for a day on the water.

Paddleboats. Pontoon Boats. Power Boats. Sail Boats. Canoes. Kayaks.

Rev up your engines (or paddles) and enjoy a day of boating on Belwood Lake.

If you’re a day visitor, there are 2 boat launches on Lake Belwood. They are located at the Belwood Lake Conservation Area on County Road 18 and Erni’s Place Restaurant & Pizza in the town of Belwood.

Ahoy, matey! Sailing on Belwood Lake is a breeze! The Belwood Lake Sailing Club is “a family-oriented sailing club” on Lake Belwood. Sail over to their site for more info.

Boating Safely on Belwood Lake 

The water levels on Belwood Lake can vary. The water level is normally lower after Labour Day and can create hazardous spots on the lake. If you value your propeller, check with the GRCA regarding water levels.

  • Beware of the “No Boating Zone” close to Shand Dam.
  • Do not exceed 10 km/hr if you are less than 30 m (100 ft) from shore.
  • Observe “no wake” zones. No one likes a knucklehead on the water.

Boating safety is the #1 priority when boating on Belwood Lake.

“Boaters must follow all regulations outlined in the Canada Shipping Act, 2001 and Canada’s Criminal Code”. 

Obtain current information about boating laws from the Transport Canada website.

Don’t forget your Pleasure Craft Operators Card. Lake Belwood is patrolled by authorities. 

Here’s a handy link to the Belwood Lake Conservation area Park Map.