Premier Family Marina
Tucked away in a quiet cove at the back of Duck Creek, the most popular arm of northeastern Oklahoma’s scenic Grand Lake O’ the Cherokees, Safe Harbor Harbors View Marina is a premier marina that offers a friendly, family-oriented atmosphere. Our Cafe is temporarily closed for remodelling and will be opening May 1, 2021 under the Blind Swine! Stay tuned!
A haven for boaters and lake lovers alike, Harbors View Marina has plenty of amenities and facilities to offer both, including:
- 134 Covered Wet Slips
- Multiple Open Personal Watercraft Docks
- Year-Round Dry Boat and Trailer Storage
- The Waterway Cafe
- The Shiver Shack Old-Fashioned Soda Fountain
- Docks Bar
- Pontoon and Water Sports Rentals
- Cabin Rentals
- Fully Loaded Ship Store
- Spacious Fuel Dock
- Restrooms and Shower Facility Available Year-Round
- Member Clubhouse with a Swimming Pool
- Tennis Courts
- Cable TV and Free Wi-Fi
- City Water and Electric
- Shore Power Available in 30 amp/50 amp and Single or Dual
- State-of-the-Art Security with On-Site Security Personnel
- On-Site Management
- Free Harbors View Marina Membership
- Lots of Fun, Family-Friendly Activities
A boutique area has been added in the Harbors View Marina Ship Store. Like nothing else on Grand Lake, The Bikini Boutique offers a huge selection of swimwear, with something for everyone.
Although it’s called The Bikini Boutique, there’s more than just bikinis. There is also a full line of resort wear, men’s wear, T-shirts, footwear, hats, sunglasses and even some children’s items, but the focus will be on bikinis, swimwear and coverups.
Harbors View Marina is the first store in Oklahoma to carry Salt Life swimwear. Some of the other brands available in the Ship Store’s bikini boutique include Body Glove, Gossip, Lake Girl and shoes by Hey Dude, Oofos and a new line of sandals for women, Vines Islandwear.
The new boutique also includes a sumptuous dressing room.
Open seven days a week year-round, the Ship Store’s hours are from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Feed the Fish
Whether you’re dining at The Waterway Cafe, enjoying an ice cream treat from the old-fashioned soda fountain or stopping by the ship store before heading out on Grand Lake, you’ll want to take a few minutes to feed the marina’s “pet” fish.
A large number of hungry fish are always hanging around the dining docks just waiting for a handout. An entertaining experience for all ages, children especially love to toss food to the eagerly waiting fish and then watch as the large hungry catfish gobble up every last bite. The fish food is free and supplied by the marina.