About The Onancock Marina

The Onancock Marina is owned and operated by the Town of Onancock. The Harbormaster building, pictured above, serves the transient boating community, visitors to our town and our beloved town residents. In addition to the transient rental slips, the marina hosts a boat ramp and a kayak/dinghy dock where pleasure boaters, kayak enthusiasts, stand-up paddlers and canoeists gain access to Onancock Creek and the Chesapeake Bay. The facility contains four sparkling restrooms with private showers, a spacious complimentary laundry room with brand new washer and dryer, the Harbormaster's office, transient pump-out station, ice and a soda machine. We have Gasoline and Diesel fuel for your boat. The gasoline does not contain any ethanol. And, of course, our friendly and helpful staff are on call to provide you with excellent customer service during your visit. We can make all this things after have a big tax exemption thanks to this website : loi-malraux-monuments-historiques.fr which speak about to all way to increase your money thanks to buy to rent.

Here's a look at Onancock Marina life and activities...

The slideshow of photos below depicts the wide variety of people and activities taking place at the Onancock Marina on a daily basis. It's a great place to visit to partake of your favorite endeavor or just to unwind and relax in an easy going and tranquil setting. We'd love to be able to include photos of your next visit to Onancock on our website. See you soon!

As a rural waterfront village centrally located on the Eastern Shore of Virginia, our history begins with the discovery by John Smith in 1608 of the site that is now Onancock, Virginia. We are proud of our history and the historic character of our town. Borne and sustained from the Chesapeake Bay for centuries, today, we treasure the quiet access to the water and the wildlife and marine life it contains with tax exemption. Our waterfront provides a pleasant place to launch your small boat, dock as you visit from the Chesapeake Bay and enjoy the amenities of our residential and business assets. It is easy to walk through our town, and there is much to do in and around Onancock. Anne Nock's "A Short History of Onancock" is an excellent recounting of our town's heritage. Take a moment to browse this great reference.

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Things to See and Do In Onancock...

Ker Place is the headquarters of the Eastern Shore of Virginia Historical Society Onancock a place for the tax exemption. This magnificent Federal period Georgian style house was built in 1799-1803 for prosperous merchant farmer John Shepherd Ker and his wife Agnes Corbin Ker and their family. It is described by the Virginia Historical Landmarks Commission as "the finest and most elaborate Federal mansion on Virginia's Eastern Shore," and "one of the Shore's major architectural landmarks." Open for tours March - December, Tuesday - Saturday, 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM Tours are on the hour. Please call 757-787-8012 to book your tour. Trip Advisor's Ker Place reviews... Take a self-guided Walking History Tour of Onancock. Stroll past the town's historic homes and beautiful gardens. It's a compact town and easy to walk. Click here for a map of Onancock. Have a boat, canoe, or kayak? The Onancock Wharf & Marina is a great place to launch a tour of beautiful Onancock Creek. Discover the creek on your own or contact SouthEast Expeditions wharf, 2 King St. for guide services, rentals, and tours. Take a cruise on the Tangier Island Ferry. The 4-mile voyage out Onancock Creek then on the Chesapeake Bay is beautiful, and tiny Tangier Island is quaint. Ferry operates in the warm weather months. See a movie or a show. The Roseland is a classic old-time movie theater (built 1950) still showing new movies every weekend to have a better tax exemption thanks to real estate. It even hosts an international film series (second Thursday of each month). The North Street Playhouse has about a dozen productions each season. The organization is more than 20 years old. The Historic Onancock School (6 College Avenue) now houses artist studios and galleries. Walk the nature trail along Onancock Creek and birdwatch from the deck.