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Manistee Harbor

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The City of Manistee owns and operates the Manistee Harbor City Marina. Located next to Manistee Harbor's historic downtown and the Manistee Riverwalk, the Manistee Harbor City Marina is within a short walk of fine dining, shops, services, and local history.

The Manistee Harbor City Marina has opened a new facility that includes a large day room, modern showers, laundry facilities, picnic areas with grills, a dog run, free wireless Internet, and free shuttle service to the local casino. Broadside and slip mooring is available at the Manistee Harbor City Marina as well as seasonal or transient dockage. Marina customers will find electric power, dockside water hook-ups, gas and diesel, and sewage pump-out services.

The Manistee Inn & Marina is located in downtown Manistee Harbor. It offers 15 slips on the river and the Riverwalk for boats up to 8.5 meters (28 feet) long. The Marina offers electric and water hook-ups, a fish-cleaning station and freezer, restrooms with showers, laundry facilities, and ice. Boaters can rent a slip for a day, a week, or a season.

The Insta Launch Campground & Marina is located on the Big Manistee River less than two kilometers (3.2 miles) from Manistee Harbor. Insta Launch offers campsites ranging from primitive ($23/day) to sites with full hook-ups ($34/day). Sites can also be rented for a week, a month, or for a season. Water's edge campsites are available. In addition to campsites, Manistee Harbor's Insta Launch Campground & Marina rents cabins, campers, trailers, and the Coho Lodge near the boat ramp that sleeps up to six people.

Manistee Harbor's Insta Launch Campground & Marina offers 102 boat wells that can accommodate boats to 7.3 meters (24 feet) long. Services in this Manistee Harbor marina include a boat ramp, launching, battery charging, motor oils, and boating supplies. The Marina also offers bait and tackle, fish freezing, and fish storage.

Boat docks can be rented for $10 per day, $60 per week, $180 per month, or $540 per season. Boat/camper storage is available for $4 per day up to $45 per month. Boat launch services are $5 per day or $75 for the season. Manistee Harbor's Insta Launch also rents power boats ranging from a 4.3-meter (14-foot) boat to a 6.7-meter (22-foot) pontoon boat. Fees range from $70 for four hours to $240 for a full day.

Solberg's Marina in Manistee Harbor is located on the eastern shores of Lake Manistee. This full-service marina offers both seasonal and transient slips, a travel lift, pump-out services, and repairs. Manistee Harbor's Solberg Marina also offers 180 campsites with access to bathrooms and showers and a fish-cleaning station. Solberg's Marina offers fishing charters from Manistee Harbor into Lake Michigan with experienced captains, fishing equipment, and fish cleaning and bagging.

Seng's Marina in Manistee Harbor has floating and stationary docks with over 90 slips that can accommodate boats of all sizes. The accessible slips have electric power, water, and cable TV hook-ups. Seng's Marina offers a bathhouse and coin-operated laundry for guests. Other amenities at this Manistee Harbor marina include a fish-cleaning station and common spaces with tables and chairs, picnic tables, and charcoal grills.

Manistee Harbor's Seng's Marina offers marine fuel and pump-out services as well as boat maintenance and repairs including engine and transmission replacements, fiberglass work, canvas repair, winterization, and installation of carpets. Seng's has a 25-ton travel lift and offers storage facilities for summer dry dock, boat trailers, and winter storage.

Seasonal slips are available at Manistee Harbor's Seng's Marina's floating docks ranging from $2100 for 9.1-meter (30-foot) slips to $2800 for 18.3-meter (60-foot) slips. Monthly charges range from $750 to $1050. Overnight charges are from $30 to $60. Rates are also available for two weeks and one week. Charges for stationary docks with maximum length of 7.6 meters (25 feet) range from $1600 for seasonal use to a minimum of $20 for overnight use. Prices for long dock use range from $2400 for the season to a minimum of $20 for overnight stays. Visitors should check with the marina to verify pricing.

Morton Salt's Morton International Division owns and operates the Manistee Harbor Coal Dock where it receives coal by self-unloading vessel. The dock is served by rail tracks at the plant at the rear of the dock that connect with CSX Transportation. There is also an open storage area with capacity for about 45 thousand tons of coal. The Manistee Harbor Coal Dock has berthing distance of 152.4 meters (500 feet) with alongside depth of 7.9 meters (26 feet).

Morton International's Specialty Chemical Products Division owns and operates the Manistee Harbor Stone Dock where it receives limestone by self-unloading vessel. The dock has rail service that connects with CSX Transportation. It has an open storage area at the rear with capacity for about 10 thousand tons of limestone. The Manistee Harbor Stone Dock has berthing distance of 233.8 meters (767 feet) and alongside depth of 6.7 meters (22 feet).

Akzo Nobel Salt Inc. owns and operates the Manistee Harbor Plant Dock to receive coal by self-unloading vessel. The dock is served by a surface track at the plant to the rear of the dock that connects with CSX Transportation. An open storage area at the rear of this Manistee Harbor dock can accommodate about 200 thousand tons of coal. The Manistee Harbor Plant Dock has berthing distance of 121.9 meters (400 feet) with alongside depths of 5.8 and 6.4 meters (19 and 21 feet).

Seng Crane and Excavating's Dock No. 1 in Manistee Harbor receives sand, coal, and salt by self-unloading vessel. The open storage area at the rear of this Manistee Harbor dock can store about 300 thousand tons of material. This Manistee Harbor dock has berthing space of 274.3 meters (900 feet) and alongside depths of 7.6 and 6.1 meters (25 and 20 feet).

The Seng Crane and Excavating Dock No. 2 in Manistee Harbor receives coal, salt, and stone by self-unloading vessel. An open storage area at the rear of the dock can handle about 200 thousand tons of material. This Manistee Harbor dock has berthing distance of 365.8 meters (1200 feet) with alongside depths of 7.3 and 8.2 meters (24 and 27 feet).

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Ludington is a very popular destination, especially with those arriving by boat. The city has two marinas to serve transient boaters, separated by the beautiful Waterfront Park.

Ludington Municipal Marina


The north side of the Ludington Municipal Marina has a 900 foot transient/day dock seawall, allowing space for up to 22 transient boaters to tie up. Water depth at the marina is about seven feet at the entrance. There is a $5.00 fee for day dockage up to four hours. This is convenient for boaters making a quick stop in Ludington to visit the shops, restaurants, and parks in the downtown area. During the summer months, the Ludington Municipal Marina is open 7 days a week from 6am-10pm. It can accommodate boats up to 125 feet in length, and offers 174 slips (86 seasonal, 88 transient) with both floating and permanent pier docks available. You'll find 30 & 50 amp power, plus water and cable TV hook-ups at the docks. Some amenities the Marina offers are a fish cleaning station, two restroom and shower buildings, laundry and dishwashing facilities, free Wi-Fi, public shelter with grills, and a dog walking area.

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Ludington is the number one port for Salmon and Trout fishing on Lake Michigan. According to the DNR fishing reports, more fish are caught in Ludington per angler hour than anywhere else in the state. Charter boat fishing is big business in Ludington, and many Lake Michigan charter boats are docked at the marina, including Lie-a-lot Charters,a full time, full service charter boat operation. Captain Mike's goal is to provide everyone with a quality fishing experience that will be remembered for a lifetime. Whether you're a first-time fisherperson or an experienced angler the Captain will customize your fishing trip around your needs.

Harbor View Marina


Opened in 1999, Harbor View is a deep water marina that has 160 slips for boats up to 60 feet and wall ties that can accommodate vessels up to 100 feet. Harbor View Marina has a 7,000 foot clubhouse for its guests that features a fireplace, library, Ship's Store, exercise room, showers, and laundry facilities. They also have a pool and spa, Wi-Fi, grills, picnic tables, fish cleaning station, and dog run.

Pere Pointe Village Marina


Pere Pointe Village off Washington Avenue overlooks Pere Marquette Lake and is a deep water marina with a state-of-the-art floating dock system. It offers an in-out launch for boats up to 45 feet. The beautiful clubhouse offers a fireplace, cable TV, internet, shower and restroom facilities. A social membership is available for pool privileges. Pere Pointe is just down the street from charter fishing captains, Copeyon Park, and is very close to downtown Ludington shops and restaurants.



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Manistee City Council to consider contract for marina dock replacement

The document also said that "the project was publicly bid with two bids being received. Great Lakes Dock and Materials, LLC $425,775 Fisher Contracting Company $467,525. The low bid is within the budgeted amounts for the total project."

Council could take action to approve a contract with Great Lakes Dock and Materials, LLC in the amount of $425,775.

A memo to city manager William Gambill goes into more detail on the nature of the bid. 

"Twelve of the 17 docks at the city marina were replaced several years ago utilizing insurance proceeds following a Mmeteotsunami event," DPW director Jeff Mikula said in a memo to Gambill.

The five docks, located at the east end of the marina were not structurally damaged and were not replaced at that time. The five docks, part of Phase 2, had already been designed and permitted during Phase 1. A $203,000 grant from the Michigan Department of Natural Resources Waterways Fund was awarded.

Matching funds were also included in the 2020 Capital Improvement Bond in the amount of $248,750. The total from the project proceeds added up to $451,750. 

Also on the agenda is consideration of a new commercial riverfront lease agreement between the city of Manistee and Little River Holdings, LLC for property owned by Little Rivers Holdings, which owns property at 480 Water St. 

The meeting will take place at 7 p.m. on Tuesday at Manistee City Hall, located at 70 Maple St. Visit manisteemi.gov for the meeting agenda and additional information. 

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Exploring Manistee, Michigan!

Municipal Marina

Features

  1. Benches
  2. Bike Racks
  3. Drinking Water
  4. Fishing Area
  5. Grills
  6. Meeting Rooms
  7. Parking
  8. Picnic Area
  9. Public Restrooms
  10. Universal Accessibility
  11. Vending
  12. Walking Workout Route
  13. Waterfront

History
A new Marina Building was constructed in 2011 and is universally accessible and includes technology upgrades, amenities for boaters, public restrooms and conference room overlooking the Manistee River. In 2009, a new universal accessibility lift to assist boaters was installed at the City Marina. This lift is for use by the general public and not limited to boaters staying at the marina.

The South Riverwalk connects the marina to both Downtown Manistee and Douglas Park / First Street Beach. Pedestrian walkways and benches are located among the trees and grassy areas. The marina is located on the south bank of the Manistee River on West River Street, near Pine Street, adjacent to the Central Business District. The major activity is boating and there is a fee for docking.

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WELCOME TO Riverside motel AND marina

Riverside is a Motel and Marina located in the city of Manistee, "Fishing Capital of the State".  We are located right in the heart of this historically charming city, directly on the beautiful waters leading to Lake Michigan.

As of the 2019 season we are under new ownership and management. Our rooms have been recently renovated and we are continuing to update our beautiful Motel. Our pool was just resurfaced and getting ready for summer.  

The Motel rests on a rolling landscaped hill overlooking our private marina and city "Riverwalk".  Whether you are looking for a peaceful laid-back vacation or an unforgettable fishing excursion, we will provide you with clean, comfortable, quiet accommodations at an affordable price. 

Family! Bring your own, or be a part of ours; including pets! When it comes to Family, we have you covered.  Together, you can enjoy walks on the beach, stunning sunsets, fishing, swimming, and shopping.  Riverside is convenient if you are heading out charter fishing and we also have private boat slips, so you can enjoy whatever kind of fishing you like to do.  In addition, we also offer River-View Rooms and Suites.

So whether you are coming to lay around in the sun or if you want to head out fishing on either your own boat or a charter, Riverside is the place for you.  Give us a call today at (231) 723-3554, then come relax with your family and have some fun!

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City Marina

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Manistee Harbor

The City of Manistee would like to extend a warm welcome to those of you traveling into Manistee Harbor. Located on the Manistee Riverwalk, the city marina is adjacent to the historic downtown district of this Victorian Port City. Here you will find an abundance of shops, fine dining, local history and friendly service. For a full description of our amenities, services and policies, please feel free to visit or contact us at the marina office for further details.

Our brand new facility opened in June 2012. We invite you to rediscover us – you will like what you see! A spacious day room, expanded, modern showers and new laundry facilities are only just a few of the enhancements. Reservations are recommended please call (800) 447-2757 or can be made online.

Important Info

  • Channel:
    • 44° 15' 08" N
    • 86° 20' 58" W
  • Marina:
    • 44° 14' 54" N
    • 86° 19' 37" W
  • Depth:
    • Channel is dredged to 20 feet (no bridges)
  • Rafting:
    • At Harbor Master's discretion

Services and Amenities

  • 30/50 AMP Power 
  • Boaters Lounge
  • Certified clean Restrooms with Showers
  • Coffee Bar and Microwave
  • Courtesy Bicycles
  • Courtesy Dockage
  • Cubed Ice
  • Dockside Water Hookups
  • Dog Run
  • Diesel with Valvtect
  • Free Casino Shuttle Pick-ups
  • Free Wireless Internet
  • Gasoline with Valvtect
  • Grilling and Picnic Areas
  • Knowledgeable and Friendly Staff
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Riverwalk to the Beach
  • Seasonal Dockage (verify availability 231-723-1552)
  • Security Cameras
  • Sewage Pump-out
  • Slips or to 60', broadside to 100' available
  • Transient  Dockage
  • TV
  • Universal Accessibility Lifts
  • Within Walking Distance of Downtown
Walk to sandy Lake Michigan beaches, playgrounds, restaurants, shops, groceries, hardware, theaters, free summer concerts, museum and the library.   Transportation is available by taxi, Dial-A-Ride and car rentals are available at nearby Manistee Blacker Airport with commercial flights to Chicago. Health Care is available at Munson Healthcare Manistee Hospital with a walk in clinic and emergency room.  



Fishing Capital


Manistee is the fishing capital of the Midwest. With world class salmon and trout fishing, and a large variety of panfish readily accessible, there is something for everyone. The Manistee Marina has easy access to Lake Michigan and Manistee Lake.

Universal Accessibility Lift


In 2009 two new Universal Accessibility Lifts to assist boaters were installed at the City Marina. These lifts are for use by the general public and not limited to boaters staying at the Marina.


Manistee Marina Open Space


Are you looking for a place that is perfect for your next event. Situated on the main level of the Marina (entrance on River Street) is a bright intimate space with breathtaking views of the Manistee River Channel. The Manistee Marina Open Spaceis perfect for small gatherings from birthday parties, family reunions, showers, anniversary celebrations and even small weddings. A private balcony overlooking the river is perfect for photos.
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