2013 Harford Guide Marinas

  • A man sits in the shade in Tydings Park overlooking the Susquehanna River and Marina
A man sits in the shade in Tydings Park overlooking the Susquehanna… (Photo by Nicole Munchel )
June 11, 2013|By Jennifer Broadwater

With 140 miles of shoreline and boating access, not only to the upper Chesapeake Bay but also the 5,000-acre impoundment held back by Conowingo Dam, Harford County has many opportunities for boaters and others who enjoy spending time on the water.

Though much of the county’s shoreline is off limits to the general public because it is part of restricted areas on Aberdeen Proving Ground, the county still boasts several marinas and boat ramps.


Bush River Boat Works (Perryman)

Gunpowder Cove Marina (Joppa)

Havre de Grace Marina (Havre de Grace)

Flying Point Marina (Edgewood)

Havre de Grace City Yacht Basin (Havre de Grace)

Otter Creek Marina (Abingdon)

Penn’s Beach Marina (Havre de Grace)

Tidewater Marina (Havre de Grace)

(fees charged at most)

Broad Creek Landing
Flintville and Paddrick roads, Darlington
Jean S. Roberts Memorial Park

Ostego and Water streets,
Havre de Grace

Flying Point Park
511 Kennard Ave., Edgewood

Otter Point Landing
600 Otter Point Road, Abingdon

Willoughby Beach Landing
Willoughby Beach Road, Edgewood

Mariner Point Park
100 Kearney Drive, Joppa

Susquehanna State Park
Lapidum, Havre de Grace

Stafford Bridge Access, Darlington
Trestle Canoe Launch, Darlington

Tydings Park & Promenade
Commerce Street, Havre de Grace

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