Wilson Yacht Club would love to have you as a visitor!

Reciprocity Policy (click here)

Club Facilities

The facilities of the Club are extended to visiting yacht owners and their guests. Please present a valid membership card identifying yourself as a member of a reciprocating yacht club.

We regret that we can not offer reservations, as we are a small club that operates on a space-available basis. If you are in the process of coordinating a club cruise with other clubs such as TYC or IYC in Wilson, your members are welcome to use any available visitor or reciprocal slips on a first-come, first served basis.

Thank you very much in advance for your interest in visiting the Wilson Yacht Club.

These Facilities Include

    • Clubhouse
    • Bar
    • Picnic and barbecue areas
    • Washroom facilities
Arrival and Registration
Upon arrival visiting yacht owners are requested to locate and speak to a club member and register your boat in the visitors sign-in book.
Wilson Harbor Information
Visitors who are unfamiliar with Wilson Harbor should be aware of a mud flat on the starboard when first entering the harbor and also of a sandbar on the westend of Treasure Island.
Reciprocal Privileges
We offer the same reciprocal privileges as the club the boating member is visiting from. Normally there is no charge. Slips for visitors in boats 30′ and smaller are usually available, but only on a “first come first serve” basis, two night limit (weather permitting), no reservations. Boats over 30′ will be much more difficult to accommodate, but we’ll see what we can do!


Wilson Yacht Club Visitor Map

1. Wilson Yacht Club
2. TYC Pump Out
3. Customs Video Phone
4. Pump Out, Diesel
5. IYC- Marine Store- Gas
6. Sunset Grill
7. Wilson Boat House
8. Downtown, Wilson House Pub, Groceries, Beer, Pizza, Breakfast Diner, Pharmacy, Gas, Diesel, Convenience Store, Churches.
9. Ice Cream Stand, Hot Dogs, etc.


Visitor Information — 6 Comments

  1. Hey WYC,

    Thanks so much for all your help and hospitality in our “hour of need”! Nick and I made it safely back to BPYC with our “new rudder”, without drama, and with only one Coast Guard boarding.

    Special shout out to the half-dozen of you who assisted and advised (so many names – sorry, don’t remember them all) and to Don for the drive into town for supplies and especially Dale for allowing us access to the “wonder-garage”.

    You all did a great job defending your title “The Friendliest Club on the Lake”.

    See you again!

    s/v Salsa

  2. Please advise what email address I should use to send out HYC’s reciprocal policy.
    Thanks Bev Woods, on behalf of Highland Yacht Club, Scarborough, Ontario

  3. Hi,
    I am trying to organize a cruise to Wilson from our location, Scarborough Bluffs Yacht Club to your club, sometime this coming Summer. We are a small boat club of Trailer-Sailors, many Macgregor 26’s of various vintages, who have never attempted the lake crossing. As a member of Highland Yacht Club, I have enjoyed your hospitality for many years.
    Could you indicate when we might enjoy your hospitality?

  4. Hi Wilson Yacht Club,
    Will you accept sail boats who are not members of a yacht club? If so, what do you charge?

  5. We are cruise directors for Port Credit Yacht Club in Mississauga, ON and would like to know if you can make some slips available to us (both power and sail) for a mid-week cruise, July 26 to 28, 2011 for a club cruise to Wilson, NY. Please advise.

    Helmut & Carol

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