Port LaBelle Marina!
The peaceful Port LaBelle Marina offers well-maintained boat slips and amenities in the heart of scenic Old Florida that provide convenient, safe access to the Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean.
A popular haven for both locals and visitors, boat docks at Port LaBelle Marina are made from pressure-treated wood, with two cleats and pilings on each side to ensure a secure line. Boat maintenance is much easier for our guests because we have sweet water, which means there is no salt in our water.
Boaters will also appreciate that the water levels here never fluctuate, thanks to our convenient location between the Franklin and Ortona locks. Our prime location between these two locks makes us a great hurricane hole. Plus, there’s the added protection and advantage that our U-shaped basin provides. It’s how we earned the nickname of Oxbow Marina from boaters.
Experience the Heart of Florida
The Way Florida Used to Be!
Travel through miles of untouched Florida Everglades and beautiful ranching land along the Okeechobee Waterway. Approximately 154 miles long, this protected passage crosses the Florida peninsula from the Atlantic Ocean near Stuart, Florida, to the Gulf of Mexico in Fort Myers, Florida. Built and finished in 1937, it’s also the only river and canal system in Florida that connects the state’s east and west coasts by water. During the day, you’ll see moss-draped oak trees, cabbage palms, alligators and soaring bald eagles, all of which are common sights for visitors to Port LaBelle Marina. At night, this quiet cove is home to the best stargazing in the region, thanks to its rural location! Nearby, you’ll find attractive, affordable homes under construction by Heartland Homes of Florida, starting at $188,900.
Book Now to Secure Your Boat Slip at Port LaBelle Marina
Place your reservation today on the Okeechobee Waterway from our tranquil boat slips,
and soak up the Old-Florida ambiance. Nature’s wonders are waiting!
Port LaBelle Marina