SOUTH BAY Marina
Green Bay, WI
Aerial View Of The Marina
We are now accepting reservations
for 2017 Slips,
call 920-884-1464 to sign up.
SOUTH BAY Marine Center Hours
Monday - Friday 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM
Saturday Hours Resume After The Super Bowl
Marina & Fuel Dock Are Closed For The Season
We now offer on-site marine storage, maintenance & yacht and boat sales (including over 60,000 sq. ft. of indoor, heated and sprinkled winter storage) at SOUTH BAY Marine Center...open Monday - Friday 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM...call us at 920-884-6291.
Located at the mouth of the Fox River on the southern end of the Bay of Green Bay, SOUTH BAY Marina has become the premier full service marina for the greater Green Bay area. SOUTH BAY is just a short day trip from the recreational areas of Wisconsin 's Door County and ports of call in Michigan 's Upper Peninsula.
SOUTH BAY Marina has 200 + state of the art floating concrete docks capable handling boats up to 70'. If you are looking for a home for your PWC, SOUTH BAY offers convenient dockage for both jet skis and jet boats. All dockage is available on either a seasonal or transient basis. Our fuel dock offers premium diesel, mid-grade ethanol free gasoline and pump out facilities.
At SOUTH BAY, the fun doesn't stop when you dock your boat. Amenities include a heated in-ground swimming pool, Louie's Lagoon Food & Drinks (our poolside bar), free Wi-Fi, live music, recreation areas (a shuffleboard court and putting green), playground, fire pits with complementary fire wood and use of complementary bicycles. Direct TV is available to guests on a subscription basis. We offer a complementary continental breakfast every Sunday morning. In addition, SOUTH BAY Marina is pet friendly.
Docking assistance is provided by our friendly and courteous dock hands during business hours. Our travel lift and 22' wide boat well are capable of handling boats up to 50 tons. The entire complex is secured and gated.
2016 Slip Rates
2016 / 2017 Winter Storage Rates
Our 50-ton Travelift makes it easy to handle even the largest vessels
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