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Pickering Rouge Canoe Club - Inspiring young paddlers in our communities since 1958

Our Location

Pickering Rouge Canoe Club is located in Pickering, Ontario, along the beach spit dividing Frenchman’s Bay from Lake Ontario. This Club location is an excellent spot as we have direct access to both bodies of water. As the Club is sitting on City/TRCA land, we unfortunately do not have an address number, the directions and map below should help to guide you. The mailing address found on our Contact Page and registration forms is strictly a PO Box and not an office or Club/Camp location. We do not have running water at this location and encourage you to pack plenty of water for your practice/program. We have a porto potty on site.

Pickering Rouge Canoe Club

Pickering Location
(All Club programs including Dragon Boat)

PRCC’s Frenchman’s Bay site is located in south Pickering on Beachpoint Promenade. Travel south on West Shore Blvd to the end and turn left onto Beachpoint Promenade, which turns into a gravel road. Continue until the end, past the beach parking and boat launch. Our Club is located on the Frenchman’s Bay side in the white trailers at the end of the final parking lot.

Pickering Rouge Canoe Club

Rouge Beach Location
(Canoe and Kayak Camp)

PRCC’s Rouge Beach site is located at the mouth of the Rouge River on Lake Ontario on the border of Scarborough and Pickering. The entrance to Rouge Beach Park is at the intersection of Rouge Hills Drive and Lawrence Ave. E,  about 1.5 km east of the Rouge Hill GO Station. Drive through the gates and down the hill into the parking lot. We are located around the corner on the beach, accessed by walking under the train bridge towards Lake Ontario. Our building is connected to the City of Toronto public washrooms (look for the WRCC graffiti art).

Alternatively, you can park in Pickering and walk a short distance to our Camp. Travel south on Rosebank Road to the end, turn left onto Rodd Avenue, followed by a quick right onto Bella Vista Drive. Park in the public lot on the right. From here you will have a 5-10 minute walk along the Waterfront Trail where you will cross the pedestrian bridge over the Rouge River and walk towards Lake Ontario. We are located on the beach in the building connected to the City of Toronto public washrooms (look for the WRCC graffiti art).

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