Muscongus Harbor is a small cove on the west shore of the sound about 1.5 miles above Round Pond. The village of Muscongus is on the north shore of the harbor. A marina on the north shore has 4 feet reported alongside; gasoline, diesel fuel, and limited marine supplies are available. During the summer, fishing and pleasure boats anchor just inside the entrance in 5 to 8 feet of water.
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Muscongus Sound is on the western side of Muscongus Bay, between Louds and Hog Islands on the east and the mainland on the west. It is about 0.5 mile wide and 5 miles long, and has several rocks and ledges near its southern entrance, the most important of which are marked by buoys. Above the Poland Ledges to abreast Muscongus Harbor, the depths in the sound decrease gradually from 48 to 24 feet.