Two barge slips south of the gazebo have 260 feet of transient docking available for transient boaters with reported depths of about 6 feet. A kayak/canoe launch is available at the southernmost dock. Call City Dockmaster at 518-265-3605 for overnight stay request and info.
Gasoline, electricity, water, and pumpout are available at the boat club at Hudson, north of the gazebo. Depths of 20 feet were reported alongside the gasoline dock. Call 518-828-5882 or 518-325-7012 to request services.
NYS public boat launch site ( 42°15’23″N 73°47’53″W) is located on the north end of the parking lot, north of the boat club, with reported depths of 20 feet at dock. Only available for short-term docking to facilitate launching and haulout of boats.
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Hudson, NY, Mile 102E, is on a slope that rises from the east bank of the Hudson River. It is a busy destination for visitors from all over the world. Very rich in the arts, culture and full of boutiques, fine restaurants and many Inns and B&Bs. You’ll find this old whaling port city full of excitement, fun, and loaded with history.
Hudson also is the home of the Hudson Sloop Club, The NYS Firemen’s Museum, Olana, along with many other points of interest. Waterborne commerce is in quarry stone located on a 450-foot steel bulkhead on the southern end with reported depths of about 28 feet alongside. The 160-foot commercial tour boat dock at the park near gazebo has reported depths of about 20 feet alongside available for transient tour boats. Call the City Dockmaster at 518-265-3605.