• Seven Points Marina

We ask that if you would like to use our services that you comply with the laws inside of Pennsylvania. The request to wear a mask is not only from our administration but also from the state.

We hope to keep our employees and customers healthy and get through this era together.

Thank you for your cooperation,

Seven Points Marina Crew

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  • Seven Points Marina

Ahoy mates,

As of today we are happy to announce that we are now permitted to enter phase 2 of our opening plan which means our slipholders (wet and rack) are permitted in the marina, the gas dock is open and we are able to send our houseboat and daily pontoon rentals. We recommend that you have a reservation in advance in order to expedite the check in process. Houseboats can be booked online and pontoons can be booked by phone.

We require that you have a mask on when coming into the marina , in the Oar House, at the gas dock and anywhere else that there might be a collection of people. you must practice social distancing and we are limiting the number of people who can be in our oar house at any given time,

We thank you for your patience as we navigate this time in our world.

Thank you,

Seven Points Marina Crew

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  • Seven Points Marina

Dear Seven Points Marina Slipholders and Rental Customers,

In these uncertain times, our hearts are heavy for those who have been affected by COVID-19. In our country, we are grateful that our leaders are implementing strategies to attempt to get ahead of the curve in terms of transmission of this virus.

Seven Points Marina is not currently open to the public, we have a skeleton crew here, observing social distancing and other sanitary procedures recommended through the Center for Disease Control. At this time of year, we are preparing the marina for opening day and we will continue to work to that end.

Our contact with the outside world is via phone, social media and emails and we plan to continue to monitor these communication tools so we can keep our customers informed.

As we continue to monitor this situation, we will keep you informed. At this posting, we have not had any cases of the virus reported in our surrounding counties of central PA.

We are hopeful that if we ALL follow CDC guidelines, our summer on Raystown Lake can be enjoyable.

We will continue to work on policies related to adjustments that may be necessary, depending on the progression, or regression of the virus in our area.

We will continue to keep you posted as we have new information.

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