Smithfield, Virginia - VA, United States
Smithfield Station Marina is located in Historic Smithfield, Virginia off of the James River. The floating dock marina accommodates vessels up to 130 feet in length and has a minimum low tide water depth of 6 feet with deep water slips. The marina has amazing amenities such as Paddleboarding/Kayaking, Resturants, Swimming pool, WiFi, a beautiful on-site hotel and much more. Smithfield Station Marina has an Award-Winning on-site restaurant and dockside bar! The Restaurant at Smithfield Station was awarded by Chesapeake Bay Magazine’s Best of The Bay awards for "The Best Restaurant for Crabcakes, For The Whole Family and For a Gourmet Meal". If you’re looking to explore, Historic Smithfield is a colonial-era town with gorgeous views. When you’re traveling in the area, be sure to stay at Smithfield Station Marina!Read More
36.9824 / -76.6235
Cancellation Policy: Reservations may be cancelled with at least seven (7) days notice and 100% of the slip fees will be refunded.
-Cancellation within seven (7) days of the scheduled arrival date cannot be refunded
- If foul weather, defined as a small craft advisory on the lower Chesapeake Bay, generally from new Point Comfort to Little Creek, VA, prohibits passage, Smithfield Station will allow for cancellations within the seven (7) day window. After all, we are boaters ourselves and wish no harm from unsafe conditions to anyone.
Holiday Weekends Cancellation Policy: Smithfield Station cannot provide refunds for unused reservations for any holiday weekends (Memorial Day, Smithfield’s Olden Days, July 3rd through 5th, Smithfield Festival Weekends and Labor Day). However, Smithfield Station will provide a rain check credit equal to the amount of the reservation valid for use within twelve months as long as Smithfield Station is notified of the cancellation at least 14 days prior to the scheduled arrival.
Julie on August 21st, 2021:
|Vessel Name||Boat Type||Vessel LOA||Vessel Draft|
|Star Stuff||Sail||42 ft||6.0 ft|
We ran from Hurricane Isaias here in 2020. We killed time floating in the James River until high tide so we could make it into the channel with our 5.5' draft. We made it with no problems. We were probably the biggest boat they've ever seen in that marina, but we tied up to the bulkhead behind the cottages and rode out the storm. The restaurant was delicious and really dulled the pain of having to hunker down for the better part of the week. Would absolutely recommend it, but call ahead if you're a larger vessel. They *might* have room for 2-3 big boats at their bulkhead dock.