Our History

Your Home Away From Home Since 1982

Spring Cove Marina was built in 1982 and today, continues to be a family run business, owned and operated by Madelyn Reni. For 25 years, we have remained the exclusive escape destination for mariners vacationing on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Offering immediate access to the Chesapeake Bay, and within close proximity to St. Michaels, Baltimore, Annapolis, and Philadelphia. Our marina maintains over 200 slips of varying sizes, and will accommodate large catamaran vessels. Relax with your family in a quiet, clean, and friendly environment.

Unlike other marinas, Spring Cove does not accept transient vessels, so you can rest assured that your neighbors will not change overnight. When you rent seasonal dockage from Spring Cove, a certified Maryland Clean Marina since 2001, you will gain immediate access to free Wi-Fi, A/C bathrooms and showers, picnic areas, public grills, in-ground swimming pool, lawn and garden games, ice and soda vending, two free pump-out stations, trash removal, and oil recycling. Safety and security are paramount to the operation of our property.

Our Marina

Maryland Clean Marina Award Winner Since 2001

Amenities


Free WiFi Access

A/C Bathrooms & Showers

Picnic Areas & Public Grills

Spacious Layout on 7 Acres

Ample Parking & Unloading

Dredged to 6' Feet (MLW)

Swimming Pool

Our Community

Rock Hall – The Pearl Of The Chesapeake

Rock Hall, a waterfront town, is located directly on the Chesapeake Scenic Byway in Kent County, MD, just two hours away from Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington DC. Originally called Rock Hall Crossroads, the town is now a quaint fishing, sailing and recreational boating town situated picturesquely on the upper Eastern Shore of the Chesapeake Bay. The town was named for a mansion made of white sandstone, and was incorporated in 1908.

The center of Kent County's maritime industry, Rock Hall is also a popular destination for art, music, culture and wildlife enthusiasts. Even before the town’s establishment in 1707, the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries have shaped the economic and cultural development of the town. In the early years, the bay served as a commercial link to other populated areas on the western shore, such as Baltimore, Annapolis, Virginia, Philadelphia, and New York.

Our Dockage

Choose from over 200 slips available for 2016

15' x 40'

$3400 per Season

15' x 45'

$3545 per Season

17' x 45'

$3700 per Season

17' x 40'

$3800 per Season

19' x 40'

$3945 per Season

19' x 45'

$4000 per Season
CATAMARAN SLIPS
$4400 per Season

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  • The best kept secret in Rock Hall! It has been our home away from home for over a decade. We love coming here to spend our summers, and can't imagine going anywhere else.

    Penny & Stephen Jones
  • "This is the last marina you'll ever need," others declared. We explained that we were only there for the weekend, but they all chuckled. "You'll be back," they said. From the looks of Madelyn's spread there on the creek, they were undoubtedly right.

    Chesapeake Bay Magazine
  • We so much appreciated your making sure that "The Van der Zee" was ship-shape during "Irene". You are what makes Spring Cove Marina such a special place. Thank you!

    Joanne & John
  • Some of my most treasured childhood memories are crab feasts with my family at Spring Cove. The fireworks get better and better every year, and Madelyn always has the best seats on the bay! The facility is immaculate, and the crowd is always peaceful.

    Matt Harris