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Two Way Fish Camp

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Basic Marina Information:

Phone:(912) 265-0410
Fax:(912) 261-1585
Statute Mile:660
Lat/Lon: Near 31 19.693 North / 81 26.765 West
Location:guards the South Altamaha River’s southerly shores (west of the Waterway’s marker #216A), a short hop east of the 35-foot fixed bridge
Depths: 6 ft.
Address: 250 Ricefield Way
Brunswick GA  31525

Service Details:

Transient dockage:Available
Transient dockage rate:$1.50 per foot, per night
Type of dockage:floating concrete decked slips and face docks
Live Aboards Allowed:no
Total number of slips/berths:200
Dockside Power Connections: 30/50 amp power hookups available

Dock. Fresh Water Connections:Available
Restaurant Recommendations:

Mud Cat Charleys (on-site, 912-261-0055)

Provisioning Possibilities:Convenience store on-site, Piggly Wiggly 3 miles away, taxi ride necessary
LPG (Propane) Availability: Available

LPG tank refill available on-site
Wi-Fi Internet Access: Free Wifi Available
Gasoline and diesel fuel: Gas & Diesel Available

Fuel Prices (All Taxes Included)

Reporting Date:November 20, 2017
Notes:ethanol free
Gasoline Price: $3.49
Diesel Fuel Price: $2.69


Reviews from the Cruisers' Net Community (6)

  1. Kim -  June 23, 2013 - 12:43 pm

    My boyfriend and I were there recently in the kingfish tournament and we had a wonderful time. Great people, great food and we will definitely be back.

  2. Roger Long -  April 26, 2013 - 9:56 am

    I made the trip up to Two Way Fish Camp. Wonderful side trip. Marina funky but friendly. I hadn’t been eating in restaurants a lot at the time so it seemed very good then. I’m not sure how many stars I would give it but it is certainly at least worth the trip.
    Roger Long
    S/V Strider

  3. Earl Beard -  February 9, 2012 - 9:16 pm

    Stopped here in February 2012. It is 4.2 miles off the AICW and the currents are strong – 1.5 to 2 kts was my experience. Some shallow spots but the river is marked. No one to help with dock lines in the strong current. Showers not heated, wifi would not work. Did not notice until dark but the electric pedestal I hooked my electric to was mis-wired. It had a polarity reversal. Not a real problem but it did mess up my Link 10 monitor system.
    Earl Beard

  4. Toby Clark -  October 24, 2011 - 11:31 am

    On a several week trip south from Charleston and stopped at Two Way Fish Camp Marian on your advice. What a unique friendly marina and resturant. Great food and a fun bar. The currents are fast but no real problem for the experienced ICW traveler.

  5. Captain Sterling -  April 29, 2010 - 9:49 am

    Stayed here on both loops. Floating docks, restaurant , small laundry. Not close to shopping or town.[This facility is] called Two Way as it goes from fresh to salt water twice daily.
    Captain Sterling

  6. Charles and Joe -  March 22, 2010 - 9:21 am

    Stopped at 2 Way Fish Camp yesterday for fuel, $2.60/gal for diesel. There are big currents getting in out of the fuel dock so you need to have your ship handling hat on or go in at slack. I was by myself and Jerry the dockmaster let me linger so I had dinner at their restaurant – was good. When I left I went down river a mile or so and anchored in the straight part of the river in 12′. Good holding strong currents. MM619.

    Good Job Martha Ann,
    Two Way Fish Camp and Mud Cat Charlie’s (restaurant)is an old stomping ground of mine. Hat’s off to ya for getting Martha Ann in and out of thefuel dock in any current. The fuel dock narrow fairway approach is 90 degrees to the current (which can reach 5+knts on the ebb) and the fuel dock area very tight and depending on the tide may be very skinny. We use to teach docking there because of it’s difficulty in certain conditions. You obviously passed!


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