The Marina at Smithfield Station

Tucked away and secluded on the Pagan River in Smithfield, Virginia, the Smithfield Station Marina is a serene refuge from the Chesapeake Bay and was recently recognized by Chesapeake Bay Magazine's Best of The Bay awards, in five separate categories, and for its seventh consecutive year!

For years, the Smithfield Station Marina has been recognized specifically for having The Best Dockmaster, Best Marina and The Best Dockside Bar!

Historic Smithfield is a charming diversion for cruisers who want to enjoy a colonial-era town and beautiful natural surroundings just off the James River. For those who crave a hardy and delicious meal after a day at sea, the marina’s restaurant features creative dishes featuring world famous Smithfield ham as well as the bounty of the Chesapeake Bay’s estuaries.

Vessels arriving at Smithfield Station Marina will find a minimum low tide water depth of 6 feet with deep water slips available. The floating dock marina can accommodate vessels up to 130 feet in length.

The transient rate is $2.50 per foot Sunday – Thursday and $3.50 per foot Friday and Saturday; long-term rates are also available.  Additional pricing for services is: 30 amp power – $7.50 per day, 2 x 30 amp power – $15 per day, 50 amp power – $ 15 per day and 2x 50 amp power – $30 per day.

Marina Amenities

The following Dock Amenities are available to all boaters during their stay with us:

  • Outdoor seasonal pool
  • Newly re-done and air-conditioned shower facilities
  • 44 lavishly appointed hotel rooms
  • Fully functional Chesapeake Bay Style Lighthouse Suite
  • Award-winning restaurant and IBX Bar
  • Wireless internet
  • Water and electricity hookup: shore-power connections of 120/240 volts and 30 & 50 amp service
  • Video taped 24 hour security
  • Divers on-call
  • Sewer pump-out facility
  • Ample slip-holder parking
  • Nearby kayak rentals available
  • Fuel (close by)

Vessels can conveniently refuel on either the way in or the way out at a fuel dock located at the entrance of the Pagan River.

Basic maintenance and divers can be arranged by the dock master.