Fulton, MS 38843
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About Midway Marina
Midway Marina is located on the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway at mile marker 394 in the town of Fulton, Mississippi. We are a full service marina that prides itself on our southern hospitality. We are a 1st Choice Rated Marina on ActiveCaptain and we are a member of the AGLCA, plus our marina experiences no fluctuation in water level and we welcome liveaboards!!
If you are looking for a marina that has that home away from home feeling, then Midway is your marina. Pot luck get togethers and gatherings around the fire pit are routine happenings here. Midway also has a man on call 24 hrs a day 7 days a week for your safety and convenience. You will instantly fall in love with the peaceful surroundings and the breathe taking sunsets.
A few things you will find at Midway Marina are; covered slips up to 70' (with covered 80' slips on the horizon), ethanol gas and diesel, FiberOptic Internet, cable TV, pump out stations, laundry, lots of grounds for roaming, mini storage units, and much more.
AGLCA Members please enter your membership # in the Special Request Field of your Dockwa Reservation to receive the proper discount 15% from Oct 1st - Dec 1st & Mar 1st – May 1st.
Max LOA: 120' Max Beam: 30' Max Draft: 9'
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Last Updated on 11/30/2023 at 12:55PM
A boater's guide to Midway Marina
Located directly off the Tenn-Tom River at mile marker 364, Midway Marina offers boaters a quiet place to spend the night yet only steps away from fun amenities. Swing a club at their driving range or eat a tasty meal at Guy’s Place. Venture a little farther to explore downtown Fulton with the courtesy car or get some exercise biking to the Fulton Dam a few miles down the road.
Approach and dockage
Midway Marina is located at mile marker 364 on the Tenn-Tom River. If headed downstream (south) the marina will be on your port side. Before you make your turn into the marina, be sure to clear the patch of tree stumps first. The marina has a small channel with secondary channel markers indicating where it is safe to begin your entrance to the marina. As you enter, keep the green secondary markers to your port side.
When you enter the marina, you will see a long covered dock sticking out (perpendicular to the shore) and to the left a series of smaller covered docks attached to a long uncovered dock (which is where the fuel pump is located). To reach the fuel dock, go around the series of smaller docks and fuel and pump out will be at the end of the long uncovered dock near the marina office.
Some transient slips are along the dock where the fuel pump is located, however they do put transients throughout the marina so check with the dockmaster where your spot is located.
Give them a call at 662-862-7306 or hail them on VHF 16, which they monitor around the clock.
Midway Marina amenities
Two unisex restrooms with their own showers are located on the ground/bottom floor of Guy’s Place restaurant on the hill. They are open 24/7 and a little bit of a walk from the docks. One bathroom is located in the back past the laundry and the other is closer to the entrance.
Four dryers and four washers are located in the same building as the bathrooms/showers. All are coin operated.
Located right on the docks, the ship store has a fairly large beer cooler, cold drinks, and a few snacks available. They also have some apparel and a limited selection of boating items for sale.
They have diesel and gas and pump out available on the fuel dock. There is a pump out station also farther down the transient dock, so depending on where you are docked, you may be able to pump-out in your slip.
Explore downtown Fulton or provision at the Walmart about a 12 minute drive away with their courtesy car.
There is plenty of room and green grass to take your pets to shore. Just a heads up unleashed dogs belonging to marina residents may be wandering around the grounds.
A large fire pit and chairs are available to enjoy at the base of the restaurant.
Next to Guy’s Place on the wood deck.
At the top of the hill you’ll find a pond and large field of grass with distance markers--yes that’s a driving range! Borrow some clubs and buy a few golf balls at the marina store and swing away.
Guy’s Place on the Water Dining
A cozy restaurant with indoor and outdoor (enclosed patio) dining all year round, enjoy a tasty meal or drink while looking out over the marina and Tenn-Tom River. Menu items include catfish, steak, reubens, shrimp and grits, and more. Open for lunch and dinner.
Proximity to attractions by land
Jamie L. Whitten Historical Center (1.5 miles away)
Only a 30 minute walk or 5 minute drive, check out the Jamie Whitten Historical Center. While the museum is closed due to COVID for the foreseeable future, you can still access river views, picnic tables, and hiking trails in the park. Whatever mode of transportation you use to travel there, just keep an eye out for dogs from nearby homes that may run out onto the road.
Underground Railroad Bicycle Route (1.5 miles away)
At the corner of Camp Ground Road and John Rankin Highway, pick up the Tenn-Tom bike trail, a beautiful paved biking and walking trail that goes along the Tenn-Tom river ending at the Fulton Lock. The trail is also part of the Underground Railroad Bicycle Route, a 2,000 mile route that goes from Mobile, AL to Owen Sound, Ontario in Canada, and traces the path freedom seekers took before and during the Civil War to escape slavery and build a free life up north. Learn more by stopping at the Underground Railroad Marker at the start of the trail.
Downtown Fulton (2 miles away)
Head into Fulton to provision, grab something to eat, or see the town. Some sites to check out are the Playgarden Park, a full playground equipped with a water fountain to splash around in (during the summer months) and picnic tables. Or if you are into architecture, head over to The Cedars and Aeolian Grove to check out two of Fulton’s oldest homes dating back to the 1840s and 1850s.
Proximity to attractions by sea
Three miles south of Midway Marina is the Fulton Lock, which takes boaters 25 feet up and down to cruise along the Tenn-Tom River. Try to plan ahead with fellow boaters at the marina who may be departing around the same time to ensure you coordinate your arrival at the lock together. If you’re able to identify one boat to be the main communicator between the fleet and lock, the lockmaster will appreciate it!