Tucked away and secluded on the Pagan River in Smithfield, Virginia, the Smithfield Station Marina is a serene refuge from the Chesapeake Bay and was recently recognized as the Best Resort Marina by Chesapeake Bay Magazine, for six consecutive years in a row! Additionally, the Smithfield Station Marina was also recognized in 2015 as the Best Marina for Natural Environment, Best Dockmaster Ron Pack, and Best Dockside Bar!
Nice quit stay. Plenty of room at the pier. Pool was close by our dock. Restroom and shower could have been cleaner but was ok. Ate at the restaurant, walked in to town afterword's but everything was already closed. Nice stay. Would do it again. Plenty of water getting in and out.
Have visited here a few times. Great destination on the Pagan River, off of the James. Great restaurant, small pool, and clean restrooms/shower. Very nice floating docks, and dock master Brian Pack always ready to lend a hand. Easy walk to historic downtown Smithfield and Windsor Castle Park. Mind the depths along the Pagan River, and make sure you have enough water.
Fantastic accommodation and help with Docking Etc
Friendly accommodating staff. Well run facility with fantastic views of the Pagan River and bordering marshland.
Beautiful marina. Great location. Outstanding service. Only improvement needed is the WiFi signal almost never worked on the docks.
Dock master was very nice. Channel was deep and well marked. Facilities were excellent. Highly recommend.
Both times we've stayed at Smithfield Station we were met by one of the owners who expertly tied us to floating face dock, then told us what we needed to know about the marina and Smithfield. Lovely area with friendly residents. Marina was clean, protected and quiet.
This is a beautiful marina. I lived across the water and got to see the blazing flame licked look to the waters at sunset, the reflections of boat lights (especially when fully rigged for parade) on glassy clear water at dusk, the sounds of diesels chugging along in and out echo across the water like fog caressing the ground, and the wild life was amazing. Ducks, geese, fish, crab, crayfish, deer and more. Stunning vista but I moved away to Texas. The only downer was the light house at Smithfield Station. The room was amazing and beautiful, but the hot tub controls were shot and we had to sit in hot water till it cooled off, and no bubbles. Hope they fixed it by now. The food on the other hand is to die for. So delicious, alluring, soothing, tasty! Mmm.