Senator Frank S. Farley State Marina

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Senator Frank S. Farley State Marina

New Jersey

(609) 441-8482

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Overview

Frank S. Farley State Marina is a public facility owned by the New Jersey Division of Parks and Forestry, managed by Trump Marina Associates. The marina was originally constructed in the late 1950s as a joint effort between the State of New Jersey and the city of Atlantic City to revitalize the pleasure boat industry in the city. In the early 1980s, New Jersey's Division of Parks and Forestry initiated proposals to rehabilitate Farley as it was quickly slipping from its status as the show place marina of the East Coast. Budgetary constraints contributed to its further decline and eventually led to an agreement between the State and Trump Castle Associates. Three and one-half years and $30 million later, Trump had demolished the old facility and constructed a new, expanded premier marina. Its 640 slips are capable of berthing boats from under 20 feet to over 300 feet.

An interpretive exhibit provides information about New Jersey's maritime history and the changing role of marinas. Historic Gardiner's Basin can be seen in the view south of the marina.

Map of Senator Frank S. Farley State Marina (NJ)

Latitude, Longitude: 39.380421, -74.424434

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Activities

  • Boating

    The marina is a perfect place to start off a day of boating, with its modern amenities and great location.

  • Historic Sites

    An interpretive exhibit provides information about New Jersey's maritime history and the changing role of marinas. Historic Gardiner's Basin can be seen in the view south of the marina.

Directions

Driving

Situated on Clam Creek, the marina is a short distance from the Atlantic Ocean via Absecon Inlet, or the Intracoastal Waterway. From exit 40 of the Garden State Parkway, it is a 15-minute drive on Route 30 to Farley, which is located directly across Huron Avenue from Trump's Marina Hotel Casino.

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(609) 441-8482

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