Antioch Municipal Marina
Foot of “L” Street #5 Marina Plaza
10 foot average water depth.
20 and 30 AMP electrical service.
Ample parking close to berths.
Coin operated laundry facility.
Computerized locked security gates.
Easy boating access to Bay & Delta.
Fishing Piers and observation pier.
Free Waste Pumpout station.
Fuel Dock dispensing gas and diesel.
Grocery store within four blocks.
Guest dock and overnight berthing.
Humphrey’s on the Delta Restaurant.
Locked berthers restroom and showers.
Mini golf/arcade six blocks.
Shore side parks and picnic areas.
Twin Rivers Marine Insurance Agency.
Wetlands preserve with bird watching.
Development of the Antioch Marina began in 1986 and the Marina was completed in 1988. The berths are on the east side of the Marina, with two gangways serving the six main walkways. The size of the Marina basin confined within the sea walls is approximately 800 feet by 750 feet (12.8 acres), with an entrance 60 feet wide and a depth of 10 feet at zero tide. There are no channels to be considered as the approach to the Marina is a natural shoreline gradient from approximately 68 feet depth in the center of the San Joaquin River.
The ANTIOCH MARINA is located on the south side of the San Joaquin River, east of the San Francisco Bay. Owned and operated by the City of Antioch, the 310-berth public Marina is one of the newest in San Francisco Bay area, and is an attractive, multi-use facility that is home port for recreational power and sail boats. Located in eastern Contra Costa County, the Marina is approximately 3 1/4 miles west of the Antioch Bridge.
More information: https://www.ci.antioch.ca.us/CitySvcs/Marina/
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