Boati Gras Saturday, September 16

New Orleans comes to Greers Ferry Lake Join us for Boati Gras Saturday, September 16, 2017 at the Fairfield Bay Marina 5 pm - Start of Festivities                       6 pm - Parade Begins Decorate a boat Live Music Jambalaya & More Awards Galore Party at Dock Fairfield Bay Marina - (501) 884-6030 Make a day of it. … [Read more...]

Boati Gras 2016

BOATI GRAS 2016  Come join Saturday August 6 for an event of fun, food, and silliness on the dock of Fairfield Bay Marina.   Mardi Gras comes to Greers Ferry Lake.  Decorate your boat in New Orleans style Mardi Gras finery and come join the fun.  The Boati Gras officially starts at 5 PM  with participants and spectators gathered on the docks for … [Read more...]

Surf the Bay June 17 & 18

The biggest water sports festival in our area is coming to our marina Friday and Saturday, June 17 & 18, SURF THE BAY. Two of the NEW attractions are Heartland Antique and Classic Boat Society with their beautifully restored antique boats (think James Bond cruising the canals of Venice) and the one and only Wake Surfing contest in the state of … [Read more...]

Cinco de Mayo Party

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Cinco de Mayo – Thursday, May 5th

Come join us at Fairfield Bay Marina for our first party of the season - Cinco de Mayo. The party will be held on the Veterans Barge. … [Read more...]

March 13 – spring has sprung

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Daylight Savings Time

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Surf the Bay is coming soon

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SALE !!

Your Fairfield Bay Marina is having either an end of season sale or a pre season sale. Either way we are having a 25% off sale on our merchandise with a few exceptions. The sale is good through the end of January. Our hours are 8 AM - 4 PM, 7 days a week. We look forward to seeing you. … [Read more...]

Moonlight gazing

  October 26 – Hunters Moon/Full moon/Super moon   This full Moon is often referred to as the Full Hunter’s Moon, Blood Moon, or Sanguine Moon. Many seasons ago, Native Americans named this bright moon for obvious reason; the leaves are falling from trees, the deer are fattened, and it’s time to begin storing up meat for the long … [Read more...]