The Appleton Yacht Club Marina

We have 75 slips and tie-ups sheltered from wind, waves, and stormy weather.

The entire harbor area is fenced and lighted for your safety and security. All slips include water, electricity, and night lighting. Thirty of these slips are COVERED, and available for winter storage.

There is a work slip available for maintenance, and/or repairs. Members can gain access to the club’s Tack Room where our jacks, hoists, and slings are available for their use. Work rafts are also available for the “do it yourselfers.”

You will appreciate the free pump-out privilege, and the convenience of a gas pump 24/7 with approved credit. Two bathhouses are available in the marina, and are accessible anytime. The bathhouse on the east end of the marina has a refrigerator and pizza oven, as well as a covered patio area with furniture and gas grills. In addition there are 5 other locations on the premises with a variety of green spaces, decks and patios that provide places to socialize. Many of these areas have picnic tables, chairs, and gas or charcoal grills available for your use.

Transient Boaters Information:

  • Tie-ups while dining or socializing at the bar Free. (Please call ahead, Wednesday and Friday are very busy nights.)
  • Pump outs available $5.00.
  • Fuel at current market prices.
  • Overnight (regardless of boat length) $15.00.
  • Weekly (regardless of boat length) $50.00.
  • (Water and Electric included in Overnight and Weekly prices.)


Excluding Party Weekends, here is the real deal:

Fridays: Enjoy two or more AYC meals and overnight docking is free.

Saturday – Thursday: When a docking fee is paid a $10.00 Gift Certificate will be given to the Guest Captain at the time they register and show their current daily lock pass receipt (NOT ANNUAL PASS). The Gift Certificate can be used for Food and Drink at AYC. This is our way of helping to defer the cost of getting to us via a lock fee and saying “THANK YOU” for coming. We also hope it will help generate excitement for the re-opening of the Fox River Locks System.

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