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Marblehead - Village Street Dock

Access: Public

Parking: Public parking - 100 spaces

Launch: Boat Dock

Tidal Influences: Not Sensitive

Charts: NOAA -13275 (1:25,000) or NOAA 13274 (1:40,000)

 

Village St. Dock

Photo Credit: Google

Village Street dock, also known as the Richard H. Rockett Landing, is a boat landing in Marblehead facing into Salem Harbor. Paddlers must enter the water from the boat ramp. Both beachs on either side of the ramp are private property. A portable restroom is available.

 

Village Street Parking

Village Street provides a large lot that fills up quite quickly in the summer months. One can drop off a boat at the head of the dock before parking or can park and carry. The distance from the lot to the dock is very short.

 

Village street

Dock viewed from Village Street

The dock at low tide

 

Featured Trails from Village Steet Dock - Marblehead

Village Street trails

For more trails from Salem Willows or Salem Maritime NPS Derby Wharf.

 

For tidal information, consult The North Shore Tide Charts.

The above map provides suggestions for possible routes but is not a navigational map. Please refer to a nautical chart particularly if you are not familiar with the area and always be aware of weather conditions, boat traffic and other safety precautions while out on the water.