37° 14’ N
76° 30’ W
Contact: Dockmaster Sherman Renfrow at email@example.com
Address: 425 Water Street, P.O. Box 532, Yorktown, VA 23690
Phone: (757) 890-3370
May 1 through October 31 (7 days per week)
Sunday through Thursday - 10 am to 6 pm
Friday and Saturday - 10 am to 9 pm
November 1 through April 30
Available to recreational boaters but no office hours; excluding special events. Boaters must contact the posted phone number for security purposes and to obtain the security code for the gate to the docks. Payment arrangements will be made at this time. Water, electricity, and pump-out services are not available during this time.
Closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Eve and New Year's Day
Core hours may be adjusted when necessitated by the docking reservation schedule, inclement weather, holiday usage or special events.
The large 395-foot boat pier, located at the foot of Ballard Street, provides ample space for tall ships, large and small motor and sailing vessels and regional cruise lines. The pier width is 20 feet. The depths at dockside range from 27' to 50' on well over 1,000 feet of dock frontage space.
The second pier is located behind the Riverwalk Restaurant and between the larger pier and the Coleman Bridge. The smaller pier accommodates smaller craft such as day-trippers and pleasure boaters visiting the village shops and restaurants.
The piers provide the ability for overnight stays. The concrete floating pier system allows for a constant 28" above-water elevation. Electrical service, water and sewer pump out facilities are available pier side. Restroom and shower facilities are available for overnight boaters.
- Recreational Boaters: 4 hours or less - $5.00
- Recreational Boaters: Over 4 hours - $1.75 per foot/per 24 hours
- Commercial Vessels: $3.00 per foot/per 24 hours
- Mooring Ball Use: $25.00 per 24 hours
- 30 Amp Electric Service: $5.00 per connection/per 24 hours
- 50 Amp Electric Service: $8.00 per connection/per 24 hours
- 100 Amp Electric Service: $20.00 per connection/per 24 hours
Sewer and Water Fees
- Sewer Pump-Out: $5.00 per 20 gallons (No charge to boaters paying $1.75 per foot fee)
- Water Service (Commercial Vessels Only): $12.00 per 1,000 gallons
Charges for security will apply to vessels that fall under the requirements of the Maritime Transportation Security Act (MTSA) and the Riverwalk Landing Facility Security Plan. Security charges shall be based upon existing MARSEC Level conditions and current rates of pay for security officers provided by York County.
RULES AND REGULATIONS:
A. All vessels must register with the Dockmaster upon arrival. An after hours check-in system is available for boaters arriving when the Dockmaster Office is not open.
B. All vessels shall be appropriately licensed and insured. The Dockmaster shall not be liable for any loss, damage or injury suffered by persons or vessels while staying at the piers.
C. No maintenance, painting or repair of vessels at the piers is permitted.
D. Piers must be kept clear of material and hazards such as hoses, cushions, tables, chairs, coolers, etc.
E. The owner/operator of vessels utilizing the piers shall be held responsible for his or her guests and any damage by said vessel or guest.
F. Consumption of alcoholic beverages is prohibited on the piers.
G. Boisterous conduct and loud music will not be tolerated. "Quiet hours" will be observed from 11:00 pm until 7:00 am.
H. No fishing, swimming, or diving is permitted from the piers or from vessels moored at the piers.
I. Open fires are not permitted.
J. All refuse and trash must be placed in receptacles provided on the shore.
K. Pets must be leashed at all times while on the piers and surrounding waterfront land and parks.
L. No rafting will be allowed unless specifically authorized by the Dockmaster.
M. The Dockmaster reserves the right to deny access and revoke privileges to any persons or vessels failing to comply with the above rules and regulations.