Fall riding may be over :(


Seadootours Riding Club



Each year our riding club puts well over 100 hours on our machines riding the inland waterways in Ontario, leading rides of exceptionally beautiful scenery.  SeadooTours.com is not a commercial site but rather for PWC enthusiasts dedicated to encouraging more people to ride and enjoy our Canadian  rivers and lakes in a whole new way.  Riders of all ages can join us as we explore Ontario’s waterways and have loads of fun along the way.  There is no limit as to where we can go…

– Andrew


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Oct 8, 2015

We’ll keep hoping for that Indian Summer so we can have our final ride….but its not looking good…



Port Severn to Parry Sound

Port Severn to Parry Sound

CLICK HERE FOR INTERACTIVE GOOGLE MAP   After each spring thaw, the Waterway’s historic locks and canals open, linking a passageway so magnificent it has been named “one of the finest interconnected systems of navigation in the world”.  While most of this waterway is speed restricted, some parts are not.  That’s where we ride –Continue Reading

Point au Baril to Key Harbour

Point au Baril to Key Harbour

CLICK HERE FOR INTERACTIVE GOOGLE MAP Pointe au Baril was named after the barrel on the point that originally (1870s) marked the treacherous entry to the main channel from the open water of Georgian Bay. As the story goes, early fur traders from Penetanguishene lost a canoe near the point. Their canoe included a barrelContinue Reading

1000 Islands Tour – 90 Miles

1000 Islands Tour – 90 Miles

CLICK HERE FOR INTERACTIVE GOOGLE MAP The native peoples called this region the “Garden of the Great Spirit.” Today, many people still remark that this gorgeous garden of woods and waters is truly one of the most beautiful places on the planet. The region extends from Kingston to Cornwall on the Canadian side and fromContinue Reading

Rideau Lakes Tour – 70 Miles

Rideau Lakes Tour – 70 Miles

The 70 mile tour encompasses Upper Rideau Lake, Big Rideau Lake and Lower Rideau Lake. This area is well known for its historical significance as it connects to the Rideau Canal which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the only such site in all of Ontario. CLICK HERE FOR INTERACTIVE GOOGLE MAP The 70 mileContinue Reading


Thank you for your interest in SeadooTours. Use this form to contact us and we will respond to your email soon! Please note that we are NOT a commercial site. We provide lots of information and the opportunity to join us for rides to our favourite locations. However, our PWC rides are not guided tours or official/sponsored rides. No payment is involved. Any rider who joins us for a ride is solely responsible for his/her own safety, comfort,decisions, expenses, and participates completely at his/her own risk and liability.

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