|Rogers City Marina|
Rogers City is a beautiful, well-protected harbor, with an excellent state-funded marina. It is located on Lake Huron in northeast Michigan. The center of town is two blocks from the marina. Rogers City is a great place to catch a variety of ﬁsh, including salmon. It is known as the Gateway to the North Channel.
The Rogers City Marina has a total of 123 slips—103 are ﬂoating docks and 20 are stationary. The marina will always make room for the transient boater. The harbor now has free boater WiFi and a Facebook page.
Features that are near this marina make it a wonderful place for boaters with children. These include an excellent swimming beach, a playground, a park with bandshell used for regular concerts all summer, plus volleyball and basketball courts, as well as the full facilities of a small city.
Sites of interest include one of the largest limestone quarries in the world, located just south of the marina; stone is shipped from Rogers City’s Port of Calcite to ports all over the Great Lakes. Also of interest are the Forty-Mile Point Lighthouse, the Sailor’s Memorial, and the Avenue of Flags. The Great Lakes Lore Maritime Museum and the Presque Isle County Historical Museum have numerous displays of interest to boaters. The marina has a courtesy car available to take boaters anywhere in the city.
The harbor is open between May 1 and Oct. 15. Hours between July 1 and Aug. 15 are 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., seven days a week. Hours may vary before and after these dates depending on boat trafﬁc; contact the harbormaster at (989) 734-3808 if you anticipate a late arrival. For service before May 1 or after Oct. 15, contact the harbormaster at (989) 351-0034.