We arrived by boat. The marina didn't answer the VHF radio when I hailed them. When I called, I was told they don't monitor it! The current into the inlet to the marina is swift and the inlet is very narrow, so you better be precise. The dock is not a floating dock and was full of bird manure. The restaurant staff was pleasant, the food was ok. We did get our appetizers served with our meals, which was a disappointment. The casino was a small room with slots. I'm 50 and was the youngest person in the room by at least a decade. All in all we had an fair experience. Most likely we won't be back.
This is a resort that happens to have boat slips. It's not run like a Marina. They do not answer a hail nor do they send someone out to show you the slip. The slip numbers are nailed in the decking on the docks. So not visible from a boat trying to find a slip. The approach is extremely shallow, less then 4 feet at high tide. It used to be worth the effort to go to the Rod n Reel restaurant. However the food was mediocre as well as service and prices are a bit high. $37 for a lukewarm ribeye. We will not be returning.
Marina guests enjoy full privileges at the resort, which include showers, restroom and laundry facilities, use of the fitness center and sauna, a business center, spa and heated indoor pool. The Rod 'N' Reel Dock includes 120 slips, more than 25 charter boats, one head boats (boat that charges per head), a fuel dock, tackle shop and a fish-cleaning table for our special guests. With no long, winding creeks or rivers to navigate, our marina is one of the Chesapeake Bays easiest-to-reach marinas and a favorite of expert boaters and fishermen.
Our marina can only accommodate vessels with a draft up to 4.5 feet.