Welcome to Beaver Island Marina
Home of Some of Western New York's Best Sunsets
ALMOST SOLD OUT FOR 2023!
THE 2023 BOATING SEASON IS HERE!
SEASONAL DOCKAGE : If you are interested in a seasonal dock, please add your name to the waiting list. See link on the right. If there are slips still available, you will be notified.
TRANSIENT DOCKAGE : Need a dock slip for the evening, day, or week? Contact The Hub at 716-800-3954 to reserve your slip.
NOTICE: Wait List Customers!
If slips are available for the 2023 Season, Wait-List Customers will be contacted beginning in early March 2023 in the order in which they were received.
IT IS TIME TO RENEW YOUR SLIP FOR THE 2023 SEASON !
2022 Marina Residents can begin renewing their slips starting January 9th, 2023.
Due to the size of this years waiting list any slip that has not been renewed by January 31st, 2023 with be forfeited and made available to wait-list and new resident applicants.
THANKS TO ALL OUR RESIDENTS AND THEIR GUESTS!
WE ARE CLOSED FOR THE 2023 SEASON
The renewal and new resident application process will begin in January
Beaver Island State Park Marina is located inside a 950 acre park directly beside a half-mile sandy swimming beach.
Our marina has 70 seasonal slips and 8 transient boat slips.
Seasonal Rate for 2024: $44 per foot of slip length
Transient Rates: (Transient slips must be reserved and paid in advanced.)
- Day and Overnight Stay: $25 per day plus a $10 Reservation Fee
Marina and Park Services:
- The Cuddy – small shop for ice and sundries
- Half mile, life guard supervised sand beach
- The Sand Stand – beach concessions – food, snacks, ice cream and beverages
- Multiple canoe/kayak launches
- Bike and Nature Trails
- Nature Center
- Picnic Areas
- Athletic Fields
- Horseshoe Pits
- 18-hole championship golf course
- 18 hole championship disc golf course
- The V’Randa Outdoor Patio Restraunt
- Bogeys Pub and Restaurant
- The Hub – provisions store – beach, park and picnic needs
Also located in the park is the River Lea house and museum, home to the Grand Island Historical Society and built by William Cleveland Allen, cousin to Grover Cleveland who visited the family farm on several occasions. In winter, visitors can snowmobile by permit, cross-country ski, snowshoe, sled or ice fish. Waterfowl hunting is allowed in-season by permit.
Visit our sister marina – Big Six Marina Overview located with water access from West Niagara River.