Chesapeake Cove Facility


Chesapeake Cover Marina is a full-service marina conveniently located at the protected headwaters of Broad Creek. You will find our modern facility is always clean and well maintained and we're open year-round Easter to Christmas Eve from 8am to 5pm. We offer covered slips for monthly rental and transients, fuel, a prop shop, full service and a travel lift. See the full list of our marina's features below.

Marina Approach and Docking

From the mouth of the Rappahannock River to to Broad Creek day marker 11, head west to the headwaters of Broad Creek. We're three-quarters of a mile up the creek and the last marina on the headwater. Look for the flagpole.

Chesapeake Cove Marina Features

  • Hours: 8am to 5pm from Easter to Christmas Eve
  • Payment: Mastercard, Visa, Check or Cash
  • Transient Slips: 3
  • Total Slips: 40
  • Mean Low Water Depth: 5 feet
  • LOA: 55 feet
  • Electric: 30 and 50 amp
  • Pump-out station
  • Non-ethanol 93 octane gasoline and Diesel
  • Full Service Repair
  • 30 ton travel lift
  • Bath houses are newly remodeled with showers, heat and A/C
  • Washer and Dryer
  • WIFI
  • Cable Television
  • Ship's Store
  • Storage
  • Courtesy vehicle for transients
  • Fish cleaning station
  • Trailerable Boat Storage

“The Crew at this Marina always go to 110% to help you with a part hunt ...well my part came in a couple of days later, I walked in and Bob knew what I was there for without asking me who I was and bought me out my gas steel pump to Carb steel line and YES it was correct ! Now this may not seem like a big deal, but Merc has 3 part numbers for this part and Bob and I had to research it without his parts Computer because the inter web was down July 2nd.....I thank y'all again !!!!!!”

— T. Alexander

“Very nice marina,always clean and well maintained could not ask for a better group of people , very fair always going the extra mile to make sure everything is done right , I will never go anywhere else , Thanks to everyone there for everything you do !!”

— S. Deane