CLAYTON HARBOR MUNICIPAL MARINA
CLAYTON, NEW YORK
There really is something for everyone in the Thousand Islands archipelago, this group of unique islands located in the St. Lawrence River. Plenty of outdoor activities, fascinating history, and small-town charm. The town of Clayton is no exception. It is home to some of the most unique museums in the Thousand Islands, including the famous Antique Boat Museum.
The municipal marina is located in the heart of the action, near a riverside walking path with access to downtown shops and restaurants. It offers full services, includes amenities such as 50 floating docks, water, electricity, wifi, laundry facilities, restrooms and showers, and much more. Boats from 30′ to 50′ & 68′ and 88′ T-ends can stop for a fortnight or less.
The marina is well positioned by a chain anchor system. Its 60' long aluminum access walkway, and its composite wood terrace allow you to have a foothold to admire these incredible places and this luxuriant nature.
Operated by the city of Clayton