A boatyard is on the north side of the creek just below the U.S. Route 9 bridge. Berths and gasoline are available; lifts to 10 tons can handle hull and motor repairs.
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Nacote Creek empties into the southwest side of Mullica River 4 miles above the mouth. Controlling depths are about 5 feet to the U.S. Route 9 highway bridge, 1.6 miles above the mouth of the creek, and thence 3 feet to Port Republic, at the head of navigation 3.6 miles from the mouth. The U.S. Route 9 bridge has a 30-foot bascule span with a clearance of 5 feet. In July 2001, a fixed highway bridge was under construction with a design clearance of 25 feet; upon completion, it will replace the bascule bridge. The overhead power cables just upstream of the bridge have a clearance of 60 feet.
State Route 575 drawbridge crosses the creek about 3 miles above the mouth.