This stay was predicated by a big boating event in Clayton that brought 110 speed boats to town so we could not get into our preferred marina. It started off poorly. High water had the fixed docks nearly awash. Then the ,50 amp service didn't work. Or the water. If we had any choice we would have bagged it. Then everything got better. Heinz the manager (owner?) came out with the good news/bad news. Seems because of high water, our arrival (July 18) was the first day they could open to transients. He promised us he'd have the electricity and water working by dinner time. And he did. It's a small place with friendly staff. Things are not in great shape or I'd give it 5 stars. It has all the essentials except fuel. Pump out, showers, laundry and walking distance to the Antique Boat Museum and town. Try it out.
This place is going to be very good. They just need to finish it. Biggest missing item is shower room. Next is pump out, then fuel. Casino with a half dozen restaurants is across the street, about 500 or 600 yards. A restaurant called Druthers is right next door. We didn’t partake but saw that it was very crowded on a Monday night. Very tight entrance but not an issue unless there is a lot of wind. Easy docking once inside.
Good stop. Dockmaster Steve is helpful with docking and recommendations. Docks are being re-decked. Shower (only one in men's room) is clean.