Placer County Marina

Find Placer County California marinas. Marinas are on-water locations which provide boat docking and boating supplies for small personal boats, ships, and yachts.


Coon Street Beach & Boat Ramp 7010 North Lake Boulevard Tahoe Vista CA 96148 530-546-4212


Homewood Marina 5190 West Lake Boulevard Homewood CA 96141 530-525-5966

Lake Forest Boat Ramp 2500 Lake Forest Road Tahoe City CA 96145 530-581-4017

North Tahoe Marina 7360 North Lake Boulevard Tahoe Vista CA 96148 530-546-8248

Tahoe City Marina 700 North Lake Boulevard Tahoe City CA 96145 530-583-1039

Tahoe City Sunnyside Marina 1850 West Lake Boulevard Tahoe City CA 96145 530-583-7201

Tahoe Marina 270 Lake Avenue Tahoe City CA 96145 530-583-2365

Tahoe Vista Inn & Marina 7252 North Lake Boulevard Tahoe Vista CA 96148 530-546-7662

Tahoe Vista Recreation Area and Boat Ramp 7010 North Lake Boulevard Tahoe Vista CA 96148 530-546-4212

What is the cost of docking at a Marina?

Dockage rates may be based on a daily, monthly, seasonal, or annual fee. They also vary based on the length of the boat or slip. Public Marinas often charge lower fees and their rates may be subsidized by public funding.

What is the difference between a Marina and a Port?

Marinas are facilities designed to serve small recreational boats and yachts. Ports are designed to accommodate large commercial vessels, including cargo ships and large passenger ships. A port is also likely to include a customs station and customs officials.

What documentation is required to lease or rent a slip?

Marinas typically require a written lease. In addition, boaters are usually required to provide proof of boat registration or a USCG certificate of documentation, a copy of a driver's license, and a copy of current boat insurance. Long-term leases may require additional documentation.