Pretty pathetic! The first slip we were assigned did not come close to being big enough to accommodate our boat. It took over 15 minutes before they were able to provide us with another slip assignment. We fit in it, but just barely. No dock hands provided assistance in docking or otherwise. In fact, no one from the marina spoke to us during our entire stay. It is a poor excuse of a marina. If you are from the area and this is your thing, then great. For the rest of the cruising community, definitely take a pass.
Great marina with floating docks, great power, and an easy walk into downtown for shops, museums, and restaurants. Highly recommended.
I need to take a moment and commend Justin Taylor and his staff at Clayton Harbor Municipal Marina. When we arrived at the marina, Justin and his staff were there to help us in and get us tied up and secured. He explained the lay of the land, where to get dinner, where the shops, grocery and hardware store were and made himself available if we needed anything. Little did we know that we had burned up a shaft seal during our crossing of Lake Ontario. Justin worked tirelessly to help us find a haul out and mechanic to assist us with the repair. I can't say enough good things about Justin. He was a true friend in the time of need. He went above and beyond what anyone would have expected. Beyond the exceptional service by Justin, he also runs a first class marina. The Docks are all new, floating and in perfect condition. The pump out was excellent and his staff professional and knowledgeable. If you are cruising the Thousand Islands, you owe to yourself and your crew to stop in at Clayton Municipal Marina and enjoy all the town and Justin have to offer. If the ratings could go to 6 stars, this is the facility and staff that deserve it.