Crysler Park Marina is in a deep bay on the North shore of the river. Turn North at quick flashing red buoy 72, and follow the red and green marked channel into Marina Bay. The entrance is through an opening in the rock breakwall. The entrance channel has been dredged to a depth of 10 to 12 feet. Visitors are asked to go fuel dock on arrival or call ahead on VHF 68.
The marina has 250 slips with room for 45 transients on docks that range from 25 to 40 feet. A 150-foot-long crib dock can accommodate larger vessels. Larger excursion boats tie up here or at moorings offshore while their passengers go ashore to visit the historic village. Depth at the dock ranges from 10 to 12 feet.
Engine repairs can be arranged, as can haulout for powerboats up to 45 feet and 35 tons (using a hydraulic trailer). Winter storage is available.
The marina sells basic groceries, hot (microwavable) and cold snack foods, souvenir clothing and marine supplies, including charts, rope and cleaners. Bikes and kayaks can be rented. Rides can be arranged to Morrisburg, 8 km West where there is more extensive provisioning and to local attractions.
On the premises is Marker 72 restaurant and outside patio, open for lunch and dinner with live entertainment on weekends.
Facilities: gas, diesel, pumpout, 30-amp power and water at each slip, washrooms, showers, ice, coin laundry, licensed restaurant and patio, retail store, clubhouse, picnic tables, gas barbecues, firepits, swimming pool, children's play area, public phone, Wi-Fi, launch ramp, vehicle/trailer parking.