Guests come to experience the natural beauty and rhythm of life on the Mississippi. This family-operated boat marina is conveniently located and is the most affordable marina on the water. The marina has a large marine supply & convenience store. The business is constantly making improvements in the harbor, and is dedicated to helping all of its customers and members have a pleasant time at the marina. In business since 1995, the marina makes it easy to store boats and get out on the water. Covered boat slip rentals allow more time on the water. Rental boat lifts make it easy for guests to raise boats out the water and keep them clean. There are RV camp sites with water and electric available with an annual contract. With more than 25 years of experience serving boaters, this marina and park provides fantastic service and benefits from repeat customers.
7,200 sq. ft. main level, with a 1,800 sq. ft. second level. 3 Phase, 400 amp 120/208 volt electrical service. Wood morton, clear span, metal exterior, new gutters in 2023. Main level has a 3 bay shop, with office space and parts room, shop bathroom, office bathroom, office, kitchen, convenience store and ship store with 6 door walk-in cooler. Includes a double entrance door large enough for boats on trailers to come in and out. It was originally intended as a boat dealership. Exterior entrance only men’s and women’s bathrooms for members. Exterior entrance only laundry room. Second level has a full bathroom, office space, and a large storage area.
Covered boat slips. Boat lift rental. Heated and cooled bathrooms and showers.
Guests can avoid having to tow their boats from home to the public ramp. With covered dry storage they are already there and can hook-up, ramp in, park, and go boating. Annual lease is $780 per year. Includes unlimited ramp pass for the year.
The business offers RV camp sites for guests to stay close to the water while enjoying some fresh air. Campsites include water and metered electrical service.
The Mississippi River is the largest river system in North America. About 2,320 miles long, the river originates at Lake Itasca, Minnesota, and flows slowly southwards in sweeping meanders, terminating 95 miles by river below New Orleans, where it begins to flow to the Gulf of Mexico.