Liberty Harbor Marina

Parks, Buildings and Grounds Division staff oversee the maintenance, management and operation of the 100-slip Liberty Harbor Marina. Operational services are provided on a daily basis by a seasonal attendant staff of six employees and a private security service. On-site management is directed by a Marina Manager. The operating season extends from May 1st through October 15th yearly. The marina is managed in compliance with policies established by the state Department of Natural Resources Waterways Commission (PDF).

Features & Amenities

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  • 24 Hr. Security
  • Wi-Fi/Internet
  • Cable TV Hook-up
  • Water
  • Electric Boxes at ends of Docks
  • Restrooms
  • Showers ​
  • Trash & Recycling
  • Long Term Parking
  • Dock Carts
  • Grills & Picnic Tables
  • Playground/Park
  • Ice ($2.50 Per Bag)
  • Pump Out ($12.00 Per Tank)

Near By

One Mile or Under Walk
  • ATM/Bank ​ ​
  • Churches
  • Community Center
  • Dry Cleaners
  • Green Space
  • Library
  • Miniature Golf
  • Party Store
  • Post Office
  • Restaurants & Night Life on the Historic Midland Street
  • Salon: Hair & Nail
  • Special Events
  • ​Veterinary Hospital

Dock Boxes 

We welcome Seasonal Slip Renters to bring their own Dock Box with the exception that it must be the following Brand, Model & Size.
Dock Box Brand: Trionic
Model: TC-8011
Size/Style: Large Triangular Dock Box, Length: 59.25” Width: 34.5” Height: 28.5

Dock Box

Boat Launches

  •   Cass Ave. Boat Launch  620 Harrison St. Bay City, MI
  •   Golson Boat Launch  1598 N. Johnson St. Bay City, MI
  •   Veterans Park (Currently Closed Due)
  •   DNR  1 Shady Shore Rd, Bay City, MI 48706
  •   Smith Park Boat Launch  Essexville, MI 48732
  •   Zilwaukee Boat Ramp  190 Front St, Saginaw, MI 48604
  •   Rust Boat Launch  282 Lee St, Saginaw, MI 48602
  •   Full List of Boat Launches Visit: Michigan Water Trails 



Veterans Boat Launch

    Currently Closed

 Due to the sustained high water levels, the Vet's boat launch & a large portion of the parking lot are closed and will remain closed until water levels recede for good.
Driving on the flooded parking lot is not good practice as this only causes more damages and causes more problems long-term.  The flooding and vehicle traffic have already caused some damage to the parking lot. We are trying to preserve our assets and infrastructure so they are still useable once the water level recedes to normal conditions. Vet’s park boat launch will remain closed for the foreseeable future.