Explore the Potomac River and
Virginia's Northern Neck
Coles Point Marina and RV Resort is nestled on the lower Potomac River, providing our guests with a great launching pad for exploring the Potomac River, the Chesapeake Bay and Virginia’s North Neck. Whether you prefer sea, or land, there are countless places to visit nearby – and a lifetime of fun to be had.
We are so lucky to have the Chesapeake Bay, one of the East Coast’s most valuable resources, and its tributaries right here in our backyard. This rich estuary boasts abundant wildlife and sea creatures, access to the rich history of our country and immersion in different cultures at varying seaports and hideaways along our shores.
What Makes Virginia’s Northern Neck and the Potomac River Special?
A little peace, a little quiet and a lot of beauty.
Virginia’s Northern Neck is a peninsula lying between the Potomac and Rappahannock Rivers, ending at the Chesapeake Bay.
If you look closely at a chart or map of the greater Chesapeake Bay, it’s hard to miss the mighty Potomac River. On the Virginia shoreline, you’ll find one of the Bay’s hidden gems - Virginia’s Northern Neck. This unspoiled and lightly developed area has been a best kept secret by locals who grew up here. Visitors from central and northern Virginia, Washington, D.C. and Richmond are tight-lipped about the charm and beauty of this huge peninsula. This is where you will find Coles Point Marina.
I’m ready to explore! Where to, Captain?
Coles Point Marina is an ideal place to start your boating adventure, including visits to:
Washington, DC (Approximately 90 miles) - Visit our Nation's Capital to tour the many famous tourist attractions, take in a concert or catch a National's game! Dock at The Yards Marina, our sister property in the heart of the waterfront.
Colonial Beach, VA (Approximately 20 miles) - Colonial Beach is a quaint beach town, complete with a boardwalk and fun restaurants and bars. Dock at Colonial Beach Yacht Center, our sister property in the heart of town and home to Dockside Tiki Bar and Restaurant.
Solomons Island, MD (Approximately 50 miles) - Solomons Island, Maryland is a must-visit boating destination on the Chesapeake Bay. Visit the famous Tiki Bar - and be sure to check out the Calvert Museum for a great day of history and some seriously cool special events. Find a marina and rent a boat slip in Solomons.
Point Lookout, MD (Approximately 17 miles) - Where the Bay and the Potomac collide! Point Lookout on the Chesapeake Bay is just a quick boat ride away.
Happy Boating, friends!