by kathynan13 on Sep 07, 2019
Staff very helpful getting into slip with the strong current. Great place to wait out Hurricane. Restaurant on site. Lovely park with trails across the street and a short walk to historic downtown.
by chas0817 on Jul 29, 2019
Great facility. Bathrooms very spacious, spotless, all ceramic tiled like-new condition. Very large showers. Nice pool dockside. Restaurant very good quality food and service. Marina staff very helpful with docking (current can be strong). Historic Smithfield very interesting - had a walking tour (group at $5 per person). This is a great getaway. Although fuel is fairly close at Brown's Marina, it would have been a plus to have fuel at Smithfield Station marina.
by adfinger on Jul 28, 2019
A very friendly, clean facility.
With a wonderful restaurant.
by bprinty on Jun 23, 2019
Great Marina, Beautiful town, and friendly people. My wife and i try to stay here once or twice a year, very peaceful place. Make sure to follow the channel coming in, stay close to markers
by aspencon on Jun 20, 2019
It is a pretty little marina, peaceful and picturesque.....the Pagan River is awesome and if you have a dinghy you can explore for miles in deep water as it winds and around every curve is a great blue heron, egrets, osprey.....
The restaurant here is wonderful and everything clean and tidy
by jamoore on Oct 01, 2018
Stayed one night at Smithfield Station. As always, a very nice place to stay. Friendly staff and nice small marine.
by newhite on Jul 09, 2018
Very nice Marina close to town with marsh views. Opposite the Windsor Castle Park which is excellent for a variety of trails suitable for a run or walk through the Marsh Land and woods. Also has kayaks for rent. Town is charming. Food is nothing special at both the “highly rated” Marina restaurant and the brewery in town. But this is well worth a visit. Only irritant was a party with a band going on at the pool on the Saturday night, up to 11am, which was quite loud and next to where we tied up. We would rather have had a string quartet!
Watch out for the James River Bridge which you pass to get there. It has clearance of only 60ft and if your a sailboat with a higher mast you have to call ahead a couple of hours (757-247-2133), to schedule a raise. The bridge tender is very friendly and is happy to accommodate.
We will be back!
by jcottingham0561 on Jul 07, 2018
Both times we've stayed at Smithfield Station we were met by one of the owners who expertly tied us to floating face dock, then told us what we needed to know about the marina and Smithfield. Lovely area with friendly residents. Marina was clean, protected and quiet.
Thanks for the terrific review you guys and we are glad you enjoyed our quaint town! Hope to see you back soon and let us know if you need help with anything else.
Randy Pack, President, Smithfield Station
by jwandling on Apr 15, 2018
Have visited here a few times. Great destination on the Pagan River, off of the James. Great restaurant, small pool, and clean restrooms/shower. Very nice floating docks, and dock master Brian Pack always ready to lend a hand. Easy walk to historic downtown Smithfield and Windsor Castle Park. Mind the depths along the Pagan River, and make sure you have enough water.
by eddiewolcott on Oct 09, 2017
Fantastic accommodation and help with Docking Etc
by jrbuck1970 on Sep 04, 2017
Friendly accommodating staff. Well run facility with fantastic views of the Pagan River and bordering marshland.
by billkeeble on Aug 28, 2017
Beautiful marina. Great location. Outstanding service. Only improvement needed is the WiFi signal almost never worked on the docks.
by docmartin on Jul 03, 2017
Dock master was very nice. Channel was deep and well marked. Facilities were excellent. Highly recommend.
Thanks docmartin! Always great to have smiling faces in town! Hope to see you guys again soon.
by ram0n on Sep 09, 2011
This is a beautiful marina. I lived across the water and got to see the blazing flame licked look to the waters at sunset, the reflections of boat lights (especially when fully rigged for parade) on glassy clear water at dusk, the sounds of diesels chugging along in and out echo across the water like fog caressing the ground, and the wild life was amazing. Ducks, geese, fish, crab, crayfish, deer and more. Stunning vista but I moved away to Texas.
The only downer was the light house at Smithfield Station. The room was amazing and beautiful, but the hot tub controls were shot and we had to sit in hot water till it cooled off, and no bubbles. Hope they fixed it by now. The food on the other hand is to die for. So delicious, alluring, soothing, tasty! Mmm.