Several marinas adorn the shores of Lake Norman and offer boats, piers, boat storage, boat rentals, boat repairs and gas stops for when you need to refuel.
Lake Norman's marinas are scattered along Lake Normann's 520 miles of shoreline. The largest man-made body of water in North Carolina, Lake Norman is often referred to as “the Inland Sea.” While exclusive golf communities and other exciting recreational activities abound here as well, this area attracts both the average recreational boater and day trippers and lifelong residents of Lake Norman. Facilities include Lake Norman's only 25-ton elevator, electricity, water and showers, repair facilities, drinks and snacks, and the boat shop, where you'll find everything you need to clean your boat and safely prepare it for a day of fun on Lake Norman.
Obviously, with all that available for exploration, lake lovers have long known that the best way to get to know Lake Norman is to get out on the water. Below is a full list of Lake Norman's marinas and some of the less formal boats available, along with some details about location, usage and whether or not fees are charged. From north to south on the map Long Island Boat Launch Lake Norman State Park Access to Lake Stumpy Creek Boat Ramp Access Area Pinnacle Access Area McCrary Boat Launch Boat Ramp, Hager Creek Lake Access to Lake Beatties Ford Boat Ramsey Creek ParkBlythe Landing Park. Including the south end of Mooresville, Davidson and Cornelius and the growing city of Huntersville, the southeastern end of the lake has become the ideal place to enjoy modern and exclusive lakeside living, which is conveniently close to Charlotte and other places to work.
The Peninsula Yacht Club offers everything you would expect from an exclusive marina on Lake Norman, with a special penchant for larger boats. Lake Realty is a local family business with more than 36 expert agents and more than 28 years of experience in the Lake Norman real estate market. Although technically not a marina, Lake Norman State Park offers public access to boats and rentals of kayaks and rowboats, as well as public areas for swimming and picnics, hiking and biking trails, rental pavilions and a snack store. Lake Norman Fishing is a Facebook group dedicated, obviously, to fishing on Lake Norman in Mooresville, North Carolina.