ABOUT OUR MARINA

Rick’s Boatyard Marina has been on the reservoir at Eagle Creek Park for over 25 years. The Marina consists of 136 slips that are rented out each winter for the following boating season. Rick Albrecht owns both the restaurant and Marina, and Tena Albrecht, his wife, is the Marina operator. The Marina is part of Eagle Creek Park and complies with all of Indy Parks' regulations to ensure safety on the water. We have a 9.9hp engine restriction and welcome sailboats as well as pontoons. 

The Marina is undergoing renovations, and we have to date replaced 48 slips in the last two years with new TREX material. Eventually, all


 

A wait list for boat slips for the following season begins October 1st on a "first come, first serve" basis. To be put on the wait list, please fill out this form and submit the $400 deposit. When a slip becomes available, we will call you and take the deposit out of escrow and use it for your slip payment. 

 

Current boat slip renters are able to automatically renew slips for the next year. Contracts for the following year are sent out in November to be filled out and returned with a $400 deposit. The total balance is due the following March 31st. 


 

The Boating season runs from April 15th to November 1st every year, and renters have 30 days to get boats out of the water. By December 1st, boats must be out of water. If boats are left, the parks department tows and impounds the boat.


Single slips (have walk ways on both sides)………..$1375 for the season

Double slips (have a walk way on one side)………..$1175 for the season

A map of the Marina is available below.

slips will be single slips, but right now, we have 64 doubles and 70 singles. No one is allowed in the Marina except for our renters. We have a secured gate with a code that is changed every year. The boaters have their own outside restrooms with locks and trash containers. There is running water on the docks and complimentary docking at the end of each finger (yellow cleats).  Complimentary docking is for residents on the lake coming over to the restaurant. 

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