The North East Marina will be under new management come January 1st of next year. Tim and Pam Truitt are retiring and, as a result, the PA Fish and Boat Commission is accepting bids for the management and operation of the facility.
The bids will be opened on September 7th and all bidders are required to participate in a pre-bid site visit at 2PM on August 29th.
The 13-acre property contains a two-story main building which houses the marina manager’s office, the marina office, a restaurant, a retail shop, public restrooms with showers, two service bays, and multiple other office spaces. Parking for approximately 500 vehicles and trailers is provided on the property. A fenced area provides secure dry summer storage for boats and trailers.
A boat storage building contains racks for winter storage of up to 120 boats to a maximum of 23 feet in length and 4,000 pounds in weight. An additional 30 boats can be stored on the floor on trailers or boat stands. A marine fork lift is used to launch, transport and rack stored boats.
Boat launching is available on four concrete boat ramps, all of which are designated for free public use. A concrete seawall surrounds the marina basin. Four floating docks contain 220 wet slips that can accommodate boats to a maximum of 32 feet in length. Two of the docks are supplied with electricity and water. All four of the docks are removed from the marina basin each winter. A permanent fuel dock and sewage pumpout facility are located in the basin.
If this sounds like an opportunity for you, the first step is to read the complete bid package linked below.