There is no more perfect sanctuary for the yachtsman than Grand Harbor Marina. In Grand Harbor’s sheltered waters you’ll find a boater’s paradise where personal service and nautical expertise abound.
Located approximately 9 miles upstream of Pickwick Dam at the junction of the Tennessee River and the Tombigbee Waterway at mile marker 449.7, the marina features covered slips from 24′ through 70′ and transient dockage.
Each of the more than 325 slips are protected by an 8-foot breakwater and backed by all of the top notch facilities you would expect to find at the ultimate marina resort.
With pump out stations, electric service (50 amp 220v and 30 amp 125v) and a fuel dock equipped with high-speed pumps for diesel Grand Harbor is the ideal refueling point for boats and their crew.