Marina Services

The Village is now accepting online transient dock reservations.

You can make a transient slip reservation online at

Enter the Village of Ephraim in the “Find Marina” search box.

Enter the type of space (mooring or dock) and the required information to submit a reservation request.  The Village Harbormaster typically responds to reservation requests in seven (7) hours.

All transient locations are wall tie-ups. When indicating Max Length Overall (LOA) please be sure to account for total length including bow sprits, motors, swim platforms...etc... Transient reservations are limited to a maximum of fourteen (14) days at a time.


The Village of Ephraim is nestled along some of the most beautiful shoreline of Lake Michigan. The Village operates two Marinas for our boating enthusiasts; the Firehouse Marina to the south and the Anderson Marina to the north.  Staff is available to assist you at the Firehouse Marina during the summer season. Contact the Harbormaster Brent Bristol at the Administrative Office with questions concerning the operation of the facilities at (920) 854-5501.

The Firehouse Marina is located at 9970 Water Street and is the location of the Marinas office. During the summer season staff is available to answer questions and assist you. The phone number for this location is (920) 854-6861.

The Anderson Marina is located at 3083 Anderson Lane (corner of Anderson Lane and Water Street (Highway 42), and is also the site of the historic dock warehouse well known for its boat name graffiti and is the longtime home of the Francis Hardy Gallery. Seasonal and transient slips are available for seasonal and occasional transient rental.

Ephraim also maintains a large Mooring area in Eagle Harbor, contact the Administrative Office for information or waiting list applications for our Marinas and Moorings at (920) 854-5501. These facilities are under the guidance of the Marinas & Moorings Committee and the Ephraim Village Board.

All photos courtesy of Tad Dukehart.

Firehouse Marina Photo Curtesy of Tad Dukehart
Photo Courtesy Tad Dukehart
Photo Courtesy Tad Dukehart