Welcome to the Berkeley Marina at the City of Berkeley, CA. We are part of the Parks Recreation & Waterfront.
The Marina's 52 acres of water and 1100 berths can accommodate vessels 16 feet to 110 feet in length. Surge and rough water are eliminated by an entrance breakwater. Berths include dock boxes, water hook ups, electrical outlets, night lighting, locked gates, restrooms with showers, and parking . On the north end of the harbor there is a full service boat yard with an on the water fuel dock, a four lane boat launch ramp and an area for trailered boat storage . On the south side of the Marina there are 3 restaurants, and a small boat hoist. Also on the south side of the Marina are Adventure Playground and Shorebird Nature Center.
Kite Festival @ The Berkeley Marina - Berkeley Marina's Cesar Chavez Park has been the home for the annual Berkeley Kite Festival for the past 30 years. [more...]
National Night Out Activities - The Young Adult Project (YAP) presents Stop the Violence Block Party on National Night Out, Tuesday, August 2, 2016 from 3:00 - 7:00pm! The City’s Recreation Division in partnership with McGee Ave. Baptist Church is hosting a Stop the Violence Block Party on McGee Avenue between Oregon and Stuart Streets. Our message is to promote non-violence and encourage South Berkeley residents to unite as a supportive community and focus on youth and families in the neighborhood. This event allows Berkeley teens to address their concerns about violence through dance, music, and public performance. This program will feature live entertainment, information booths, games, arts and crafts, and food.
The Berkeley Marina in partnership with Skates Restaurant celebrates National Night out from 5:00 to 8:00 pm in Horseshoe Park. Music and refreshments will be provided while supplies last in an effort to bring the neighborhood together and promote a safe, cohesive, resilient community at the Waterfront. [more...]
Free Compost for Berkeley Residents - [more...]
Berkeley Municipal Pier - On July 23, 2015, the Berkeley Municipal Fishing Pier was closed to the public because of considerable structural damage to the concrete decking and support system. [more...]