• Season         May 1st - October 1st

  • Hours:           8am-6 pm Sun-Thurs, 8am-8pm Fri & Sat.

  • Gasoline       (89 Octane, No Lead, No Ethanol)

  • Diesel Fuel   (Type #2 Clear)

  • Fresh Water

  • Bagged Ice

  • Pump Out Service

  • Power            (15 & 30 amp)

  • Private Showers

  • Laundry Facilities

  • Free Wi-Fi Internet

  • Transient Slips

  • Annual Slips 

  • Cash & Credit Cards  (Visa, Master, Discover)

  • Phone: 920-854-4014

  • E-mail: 411@eyhdc.com

  • Marine Radio: Channel 9

  • Boat US Cooperating Marina (Discounts apply)

  • Sunset View - The Best in Door County!

Important Navigation Notes:

Ephraim Yacht Harbor's water depth at the fuel dock is 11.5 feet (2021 Soundings). Slip depths vary by size and location. All depths change with seasonal fluctuations of Lake Michigan. The Harbor Master will provide current depths when requested. We cannot accommodate deep keel vessels or sailboats in the marina.

The fuel dock is on the south end of the main dock. Approach directly from the West or Northwest ONLY. Do NOT approach or depart from the South or Southwest. This area has hidden shoals and rocks, with unmarked water depths as little as 4 feet. The north edge of this shoal is marked with a Red Buoy located 50 feet south of the fuel dock/harbor entrance. Approach and depart giving full attention to this marker. Tie-up to the outer harbor's south perimeter dock is reserved. Please contact Harbor Master first for permission and/or availability.

Please contact the Harbor Master by phone (920-854-4014) or marine radio (Channel 9) prior to entering the harbor, unless pulling up to the main fuel dock. Please be aware and give way to small sailboats frequently off the harbor entrance from the adjacent Ephraim Yacht Club's sailing school, races & regattas.

Eagle Harbor and the waters of Green Bay are known for their rocky shores and shallow shoals. Please consult a current nautical chart, adjust your course based upon U.S. Coast Guard buoys and markers, and use caution near islands and the shoreline for shallow water if not familiar with the waters around Door County.