Voted “Best Marina On The Lake” In 2017 - Reefpoint Marina
Published: Monday, January 15, 2018
Boaters choose Reefpoint Marina as their boating destination for many reasons. A safe, deep water harbor that features 921 slips can accommodate just about any size of boat and is conveniently located between Milwaukee and Chicago. Professionally managed by F|3 Marina, a marina management company based out of Milwaukee, Reefpoint Marina features a heated swimming pool and two whirlpools, wooded deck picnic areas with gas grills, as well as beautifully renovated shower/restroom facilities. Boaters can enjoy the new fire pits and awesome patio sets for use as well. Newly upgraded highspeed internet reaches throughout the entire marina, which is a major necessity provided to all slip holders complimentary!
The onsite restaurant, Reefpoint Brew House, features live entertainment every weekend, along with the best food, atmosphere, and drinks around!
Something that makes Reefpoint Marina unique is the full event calendar hosted throughout the boating season. These events bring boaters together to promote a sense of community, while engaging in a fun and exciting way!
The onsite Anchors Away Ship Store is well equipped with all boating related needs, as well as a large selection of nautical gifts, apparel, and snack/ beverage options to truly provide a one stop shop for boaters. The personable marina staff is there to accommodate boaters’ needs seven days a week in the office, on the docks, and the uniformed security ensures the facilities are kept safe. A laundromat and fish cleaning station are on site too.
Reefpoint Marina is conveniently located just a short walk away from the beautiful downtown Racine area that offers plenty of things to do, places to see, shops to browse, and refreshments to be had. Boaters truly enjoy the shops, galleries, public art, restaurants, and attractions that capture the imagination as they live it up in downtown Racine.
Visit the ‘Best Marina On The Lake’ at www.reefpointmarina.org today!
This article first appeared in the Winter Issue (Jan/Feb) 2018 of Great Lakes Scuttlebutt magazine.