You’ve probably heard of and even visited Old Sacramento, Midtown, and other local treasures, but the Sacramento Marina remains largely under the radar. The Sacramento Marina was founded in 1958, so long ago that many residents have forgotten about it. The Marina, owned and operated by the City of Sacramento, is the largest and only public marina off the main channel of the Sacramento River. And it is open 24/7 365 days a year!

Even if you aren’t a boater, this public marina offers a beautiful 57-acre riverfront park with picnic facilities and restrooms. For boaters, it offers 553 berths and 7 days a week launching ramp and fuel dock.

The Sacramento Marina is now under the Public Works Department, where it will continue to be a pride of the City. The Marina is in the process of recommending lower monthly slip prices to City Council and planning other customer improvements that have been suggested by boaters. The department wants to encourage new and former customers to give the Marina a fresh look as additions and improvements are coming on board, such as a fully stocked convenience store and a Customer Referral Program.

Visit the Marina webpage or call at (916) 808-5712 with questions about getting your boat back in the water.