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Hotels/Lodging in Port A that are boat/trailer friendly #14066114 07/18/21 09:44 PM
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Just made my first ever trip to Port A. Hauled my 17' boat and stayed up near the public launch at a place called Captain's Quarters. I found out this place was not named that because it was designed for boaters. Parking a boat on the trailer almost did not happen. I drove around and almost every hotel was the same, tight parking. With all the folks hauling boats to fish, are there hotels/lodging that are boat trailer parking friendly? Hard to rent a house when I am going solo 2-3 days. Just wondering if anyone knows places like this, just a clean place to stay and easily park a boat trailer?

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Re: Hotels/Lodging in Port A that are boat/trailer friendly [Re: GTX Jamie] #14066473 07/19/21 12:09 PM
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Ive taken my boat and have stayed at Gibbs Cottages, AmeliaÔÇÖs Landing, Shark Reef, Tropic Island, and beach gate.

Re: Hotels/Lodging in Port A that are boat/trailer friendly [Re: GTX Jamie] #14066680 07/19/21 02:37 PM
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Originally Posted by GTX Jamie
Just made my first ever trip to Port A. Hauled my 17' boat and stayed up near the public launch at a place called Captain's Quarters. I found out this place was not named that because it was designed for boaters. Parking a boat on the trailer almost did not happen. I drove around and almost every hotel was the same, tight parking. With all the folks hauling boats to fish, are there hotels/lodging that are boat trailer parking friendly? Hard to rent a house when I am going solo 2-3 days. Just wondering if anyone knows places like this, just a clean place to stay and easily park a boat trailer?


Captain's Quarters was built and managed by the same people that owned Dolphin Docks back in the day. Not sure it is now. It was built primarily to cater to the fisherman and families that were going out and fishing on their boats.

Some of the larger condo establishments have parking lots big enough to accommodate a truck with trailer, but they will not have any hook ups.

Re: Hotels/Lodging in Port A that are boat/trailer friendly [Re: GTX Jamie] #14067015 07/19/21 07:56 PM
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Kom Tiki near Fulton has plenty boat/trailer parking and some condos have their own dockage.


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Re: Hotels/Lodging in Port A that are boat/trailer friendly [Re: GTX Jamie] #14068119 07/20/21 07:20 PM
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We are always going to Plantation House... they do a good job providing room for trailers/boats. Might have parked he boat there a few times and stayed elsewhere once or twice before as well huh


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