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to have a sneek peek at our houseboats. They are ready for your vacation!

Click on the pictures to see more images of our 36', 40W', 44' and Handicap Accessible 44' houseboats.

36' Houseboat


40W' Houseboat


44' Houseboat




Quality of life and warm shining waters is what the Kawarthas are famous for. Lounge on the upper deck basking in the summer sun while you float down the Trent-Severn Waterway or relax in the shade of the forward awning. Spot the blue herons standing sentry along your route. Houseboating in Central Ontario — the way it was meant to be.

Our Services

  • Prior to your arrival, we will have your houseboat ready for your vacation. R&R Houseboat Rentals gives you an extensive orientation and seamanship course which includes everything from starting your outboard, tying knots,...
  • You can be assured that if you have difficulty on your houseboat, we will be there to assist. Our mechanics are available 24/7 during your vacation. We keep our boats well maintained to...
  • Last minute things crop up – did you forget to bring something? No worries, our friendly staff will help you locate that item. If we don’t have it in stock, we will direct...

Latest News

  • Our fleet is growing, and we are pleased to provide more choices for our customers. We have a wheelchair accessible boat in our fleet. All gates, doorways, hallway and pilot area have been widened to accommodate a 32″ wheelchair. Ask about availability! Each year we have added more choices for you. Plan ahead – book now for next year too!...
  • Book now for the time you want . . .            Book later for the time that’s left.                 Call the office now and ask about our            LAST MINUTE SPECIALS!                            705-738-4800 or 1-888-784-2628...


Bobcaygeon was incorporated as a village in 1876, and became known as the "Hub of the Kawarthas". Its recorded name bob-ca-je-wan-unk comes either from the Mississauga Ojibwa word baabaagwaajiwanaang "at the very shallow currents", giishkaabikojiwanaang "at the cliffed cascades" or obaabikojiwanaang "at currented rocky narrows", or from the French beau bocage "beautiful hedged farmland".

The first lock in the Trent-Severn Waterway was built in Bobcaygeon in 1833.

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