The Washington Waterfront Docks is open and doing business pretty much as usual.
Dock Attendants are on hand from 8AM to 7PM every day. We have 320 feet of bulkhead docks (without power and water) where boaters can stay for 2 days at no charge, and are able to accept a limited number of boats up to about 80 feet on docks with power and water.
Boater Only heads and showers, ice, laundry, pumpout, and loaner bicycles for playing tourist or running to the store are all available. There is space to anchor, or 8 open mooring balls in the mooring field, should you prefer to not be at the dock and registered boaters can use our dinghy dock, heads, and showers.
Some of the restaurants within 2 blocks of the docks are currently closed, but there are 4 or 5 available for takeout orders. And the local farmers market has reopened on Thursday through Saturday. We are seeing a large number of families coming down to the waterfront to walk, play, and picnic – Washington is a friendly place. And our local marine service providers are all open for business.
Washington is a boater friendly City. Our City Docks located along the waterfront offers long term and short term dockage. There is also amply day dockage that can be utilized for a quick day visit to our downtown. Please utilize the links below to discover more information regarding our waterfront dock facilities.