Family owned and operated, Narrows Marina has been serving boat enthusiasts in Pierce County and the South Sound area since 1949.
Before it became an operational marina, this location served as a lumber mill in the early 1900's. The Snyder Brothers Lumber Co. mill was built in 1912, with other smaller sites that followed. Since 2007, the marina has undergone numerous renovations and continues to do so. This little piece of historic Northwest property has been brought back to life, returning the original offices and tackle store to where they originally were in 1949.
Located just Southeast of the Narrows Bridge, Narrows Marina features covered and uncovered moorage slips, boathouses, a boat launch, ample parking, store, and an ethanol-free fuel dock. We provide several dry, secure units to store your boat, RV, or household items. We also offer open bay storage as well as heated and non-heated winter storage for your boat.
Narrows Marina Bait and Tackle Store has everything you need for a day out on the water including, bait, tackle, marine supplies, snacks, beer and wine, cold beverages, ice and more. Visit our neighbors, Narrows Brewing Company and Boathouse19 Restaurant for a local, craft beer or a delicious meal with a view!
Why We're Green
When Gordon Rush and Scott Wagner set out to convert a century old lumber mill into a marina with a new fuel dock, restaurant, craft brewery and event space, they did so with the environment in mind. “It has been our goal since we got here to clean, repair, and improve the property so it will be available for future generations to enjoy,” says Wagner, “We started early, working with Clean Marina Washington, to improve our operating procedures to benefit the environment as well as our business.” Certified as a Clean Marina in 2008, Narrows Marina went on to win Marina Dockage Magazine’s Marina of the Year in 2014. Narrows Marina values the natural beauty and recreational opportunities that Puget Sound offers, and takes its responsibility seriously providing both quality service while being a good environmental steward.