Potomac River, Anacostia River

James Creek Marina
200V St. SW
Washington, D.C. 20024
Fax 202-488-4758
Email: [email protected]

Description of Facilities
James Creek Marina is conveniently located on national park land at the confluence of the Anacostia and Potomac Rivers in Washington, D.C.
The marina has 300 wet slips accommodating vessels 16 to 160+ feet. A winter de-icing system is in place. The deep-water fuel dock has 89-octane unleaded, diesel, two-cycle oil and a pumpout. The docks are new, state-of-the-art, wooden floating structures with fingerpiers and rubber protection strips. This well-landscaped facility has a volleyball pit, picnic tables, grills and a
panoramic view. An outdoor cafe is open for the season. Ample parking is available. James Creek is a peaceful setting with easy access to the monumental scenery of Washington.
At a Glance

Dockage Rate Yearly, short term, month to month and transient rates
Monitors VHF Channel 16
MLW 6–8 feet
Electricity 30/50 Amp, 208v
Pump-out Yes
Hours Varies with season
Phone/Cable Phone available
Heads/Showers Clean showers and restrooms
Fuel 89-octane unleaded, diesel, two-cycle oil
Proximity to Town Walking distance and subway
Shopping Mall with groceries six blocks away
Local Attractions The nation’s capital, monuments, Capitol
Restaurants On-site outdoor cafe, many others nearby
Storage Wet, winter bubbler system with ice-free, year-round dockage
Repair Contractors on-site
Airport Five minutes to Reagan National
Transportation Metrobus, taxi, subway
Special Biking, hiking, jogging paths around the city or in East Potomac Park, National Park Service bike paths, hotel nearby
Payment Amex, MC, Visa, Discover, check, cash

38°51.8'N, 77°00.9'W
NOAA Chart 12285