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Beautiful location to see sailboats and yachts

The Lagoon is essentially the harbour area before the Carenage and cruise ship port. There are not... read more

Reviewed February 4, 2018
KTRWAnderson
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Sudbury, Canada
Busy part of St. Georges

A few shops, a cafe, fishing boats, few restaurants and the government buildings are located at the... read more

Reviewed April 3, 2017
PhilUweCollins
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Kenora, Canada
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4 Feb 2018
“Beautiful location to see sailboats and yachts”
3 Apr 2017
“Busy part of St. Georges”
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Yacht basin, marina and commercial port, the lagoon is actually the submerged crater of an ancient volcano.
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Reviewed February 4, 2018

The Lagoon is essentially the harbour area before the Carenage and cruise ship port. There are not many, if any, vendors in the area. You can walk around the harbour and take in the sights of the sailboats and yachts docked in the area. When...More

Thank KTRWAnderson
Reviewed April 3, 2017

A few shops, a cafe, fishing boats, few restaurants and the government buildings are located at the Lagoon. If you never have seen some caribbean hassle it would be interesting for you. The scenery is nice, very busy and not much chance of parking your...More

Thank PhilUweCollins
Reviewed March 30, 2017

Drove through this area several times -- making a stop to enjoy a little walk. The area is bustling with life and affords opportunities to meander and enjoy the scenery.

Thank TBSuz
Reviewed January 17, 2017

We wandered up to the 'lagoon' as we explored St. Georges... as boaters we found it interesting.. the boats moored, the boats sunk, the crews working, the restaurants in the area... it was colorful and a bit bustling... I would not make a special trip,...More

Thank CM_G279
Reviewed December 29, 2016

We drove by to see the beauty I had seen on pictures. It was a marina and nothing out of the ordinary.

Thank islandseeker5
Reviewed December 23, 2016 via mobile

Walk out to the cruise boat pier or climb the hill to the 18th century Fort George and look back on a town that exudes cuteness. Take a walk around the market to experience daily life for the locals and stop somewhere to have a...More

Thank GaryandLesleyTravel
Reviewed April 1, 2016

This is a well-kept marina area, perfect for strolling and browsing in a few shops and gazing wistfully at the boats.

Thank AlliecatOOB
Reviewed December 15, 2015

This lagoon is just beautiful warm water with lots of small boats dock there.Apart from just this I don't see much about it. If we are talking about the area is another matter. I am not greatly inspired to be able to say much about...More

Thank L617ydmary
Reviewed July 22, 2015 via mobile

It's a lagoon made into a marina. The boats dock there and you see old wrecks and new cruisers. It's nice to walk around for some shops and eateries. Tina Toronto

Thank Tina T
Reviewed March 16, 2015

Not sure what we were supposed to expect here. Brrr it was very cold up there and couldn't see much as the clouds were so low. Great big fish swimming around the jetty.

Thank Pamelala
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Aliyyah m
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Not a good place to swim a beach would be better
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