Harbours staff provide haul-out services, mast stepping and unstepping. Operating, maintenance and capital improvements are funded from fees charged to boaters. Harbours rates and fees are available on the Rates and Fees page
Oakville offers a variety of angling opportunities. Please look for ‘No Fishing’ signs, posted in areas where fishing is not permitted.
Fishing is permitted
On Sixteen Mile Creek (provided it is not off a bridge or roadway) a minimum of 50 metres upstream of the last upstream dock in the Oakville Harbour.
On Bronte Creek north of the Rebecca Street bridge, at Petro Canada Park and other creek access points.
On both sides of the west pier at Bronte Harbour
Fishing is not permitted at any of the following locations
Beaches: Bronte Beach, Coronation Park Beach, South Shell Park
Harbours: For safety, fishing is not permitted in Oakville or Bronte harbours between May 15 and October 15, when the harbours are busy with boat and pedestrian traffic.
Piers at Oakville Harbour and Bronte Harbour (with exception of the Bronte West Pier)
Shoreline: Bronte Creek south of Rebecca Street Bridge, Busby Park, Hillmer Park, Edgemere Park, Erchless Estates, Riverview Park, Tannery Park, Dingle, and all Storm Water Management Ponds.
Harbours By-law 2012-007 has been approved by Town Council. To view this by-law and any amendments to the by-law please visit our by-law search page and enter 2012-007 in the search field.