Details for Two Mile Landing Marina

Two Mile Landing Marina

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Average rating 3.9 stars from 17 reviews

Address Ocean Dr., PO Box 1528
Wildwood Crest, NJ 08260

Phonedockmaster cell, 609-425-9800

After hours contact

Dockmaster: Glenn Heathcote, USCG retired.

Facility type

Marina - YES
Club - NO
Fuel - NO
Repair - NO
Municipal - NO
Other - NO


VHF channel



Email contact

Owner, manager



Payments acceptedCredit cards - YES
Checks - NO

Payment info

Payment discounts

Operation (seasonal or year-round)

Additional info:


If coming up from Cape May Harbor you need to go through the Two Mile bascale bridge over 585. Then turn to starboard to follow the deep water up to the marina.





Tide & current additional info

Current up to about 1.5 knots on the ebb on the face (outer) docks. Current can be as high as 2.5 - 3.0 knots during either tide.


Approach: 17
Transient dockage: 18
Fuel dock: Unknown

Other depth info:

Dock typesWood - NO
Concrete - NO
Floating - YES
Fixed - NO
T/Alongside - NO
Other - NO

Additional info:

Size restrictionsLOA max: Unknown
Beam max: Unknown

Other info:


Transient: Unknown
Total: Unknown
Transient price: $1.50/ft (2012-06-13)

Other price info: Outer slips are deep. Face dock (outer) slips are 20+ feet. Current parallels the face docks up to about 1.5 knots maximum on the ebb which flows toward Cape May Inlet.


Transient: 0
Total: Unknown
Transient price: Unknown

Other price info: Not available

AC power30 amp - YES
50 amp - YES
100 amp - NO

Additional info: Electric hookups are not new but serviceable. 50 amp 240VAC hookup produced about 205 volts on the face dock, 6-2012.

Pricing info: $10.00 per day for 50 amp electric hookup.

Cable TV (and pricing)


Phone hookup (and pricing)


Water (and pricing)

Yes - Good water at low pressure on the face docks.

Dinghy access


Liveaboard info

Yes - You can live aboard here for a week or so at a time, perhaps more if you wanted. Heads, electric, water, easy drive into Cape May or Wildwood, but you definitely need wheels. Stay for a week and the seventh night is free.


Fuel brand:

Gas priceUnknown

Other price info:

Diesel priceUnknown

Other price info: Only available during annual fishing tournament.


Pets welcomeYes

Other pet info: Pets are welcome and signs point dog owners to the dog walk area.

Disability access

No - Has floating dock with ramps. Heads and showers are up a flight of stairs.

Launch service

Pump out


Yes - Ice available but only during certain hours.





Yes - Heads are in the showers.




Yes - A short drive (too far to walk) into Cape May.



Yes - Reported July 2012, the restaurant is now open. Try the Loaded Crab Fries.


Hotels or motels

Repair capabilities

Haul out capabilities

Storage facilities

Fishing supplies

Chartering capabilities

Internet access

Yes - Good cell phone connections, but no WiFi.

Boat ramp availability


Yes - Enterprise will pick you up.

Other services


Reviews for Two Mile Landing Marina
Basic but well priced, 2016-06-08
Captain: , Wiscasset, Maine (280)

We gave this modest marina 5 stars because it offers decent dockage, power, water and washrooms at a fair price. There are other marinas nearby with more bells and whistles, but why pay more when you just want to tie-up?

The dockmaster Glen was there to help us in any way he could....he even dropped us off at the car rental ( the local Enterprise doesn't pick up on weekends! )

We were careful to time our arrival because of the swift current under the Two Mile Bridge.

Convenient marina, great dock master, 2015-06-22
Captain: , Annapolis (100)

We stayed at two-mile landing marina recently on our trip from the Bahamas to Canada. We stayed for a week because of family obligations that required a car rental. The Enterprise Rent-A-Car was easy to secure. They picked us up at the marina. Having a car at this marina is a good thing because it's fairly isolated. We had an end tie -and noticed that there were two others. There's some currents but it was very easy to get into and out of. The bridge at 2 mile Island opens on the demand. The best part of this marina hands-down was the dockmaster, Glenn. It seems like he is there all the time and is very helpful. He was an excellent ambassador for both the owners of the marina and for Cape May. We would stay there again.

Top notch, low key, BEST staff, 2014-09-14
Captain: , Muskegon, MI (2982)

reasonable prices, recent upgrades, and Glenn will do absolutely ANYTHING he can for you.

Out of the fishing tournament mess, 2013-08-27
Captain: , La Trinite sur Mer (150)

We stayed here for a couple of weeks due to an engine breakdown. Glenn, the dockmaster knows perfectly his job so we could reach the berth in good conditions even with only one engine on a cat. We were not on a T but no problems with current.
Very reasonable prices compare to others close to Cape May, and the only place we found during the world fish tournament.
Convenient store at 5min ride by bike, ACME at 30min or you pay 20/25$ for a cab. Glenn is so kind he may bring you over there and you manage your way-back by taxi. Same thing for laundry.
The on-site restaurant "the crab house" is a good place and almost full all the time.

Out of the mainstream gem, 2013-06-06
Captain: , Destin Florida (410)

Stayed here a few days in early June. Transients are placed on the T's. Good thing since the current runs pretty good and with a stiff wind landing can be difficult. Plenty of water and Glenn the dockmaster is a great guy, very knowledgeable. On-site restaurant was ok. Noise wasn't a problem. Eclectic group of slip owners makes for an entertaining time. Not close to shopping. Marina and restaurant are being renovated. We elected to stay away from the bustle of Cape May.

great stop, 2013-06-03
Captain: , Annapolis (308)

VERY accommodating to cruisers.
Reasonably priced
Deep water
Excellent local seafood restaurant
Recently purchased and managed by a great local family.
Newly renovated since hurricane Sandy
Great facilities (shower/laundry
Easy in easy out. Two mile bridge opens on demand.

Easy to reach., 2012-08-25
Captain: , Red Lion, DE (712)

2012-08-24 Stayed for a week - seventh night was free, pretty good deal. You've got to have wheels - rented a car from Enterprise. Closest supermarket (Acme) is about five miles away but is lacking in variety. The Shop Rite in Rio Grande, about 10 miles away, has about 99% of what anyone might require.
The restaurant was packed on the weekend nights and still pretty busy on the week nights. Didn't get to sample their food since the 1st Mate was not feeling good and the restaurant does not offer "take-out" service - their loss.
Not the quietest place to stay. Slip holders on the dock up from us let their dog bark incessantly - our last night there it barked until after midnight. Also, there are hordes of Sea Birds that make the Salt Marsh across from the marina home and are very vocal - even in the middle of the night.
The current can be more than moderate, approaching three knots on either tide, but it runs parallel to the T-heads and slips and is not a big issue for docking. We will most likely stay here again.

Not a bad place at all, 2012-06-20
Captain: , St. Louis, MO (1696)

Stayed one night. The previous post says it all. Ideal for a transient marina. Glenn is very helpful.

Excellent value: low key, easygoing, off the beaten path, 2012-06-13
Captain: , Fort Lauderdale (1288)

If, like me, you get caught in the Cape May area waiting for weather and you want a pleasant place to hang out, Two Mile Landing Marina is your place. It's less than 10 minutes at our stately 7 knots, through the Two Mile Bascule Bridge (no restrictions), from Cape May Inlet.

To be sure, the marina is not elegant but was just fine for our needs. It's a work in progress. It includes four wooden floating docks in average condition with no glaring faults. Each dock has a T-head and 20+ feet of water. Most of the non-face docks are rented to permanent slipholders. There is current but it flows parallel to the T-heads and we haven't seen more than a knot and a half on the ebb--no big deal.

The marina was recently acquired by a savvy commercial fisherman. He and his family are renovating the restaurant/lounge buildings now. The restaurant is now open on weekends and will soon be open seven days a week he says. The 240VAC electric ($10.00/day/50 amps) is about 205 volts, so our transformer (booster) came in handy.

The dockmaster is a friendly retired coastie named Glenn Heathcote (who knows what to do with a spring line!) and you can reach him at 609-425-9800 or (cell) 609-0425-0212.

The bad news is that the marina is a long walk from services, but the owner found our Nordhavn very interesting and offered us his car to go to the grocery store.

Bottom line: a friendly place with all the basics for cruising yachties.

Protected Marina, 2012-03-17
Captain: , Sparta (358)

off the main channel don't have to worry about boat traffic here. Some shallow ares so Local Knowlwdge a MUST!!!

great dockmaster, 2011-10-21
Captain: , Houston (240)

Very easy in from the Atlantic with one bridge that opens quickly on demand. Deep water all the way to the dock and very well maintained. Very happy to pay 1.50/ft after getting pummelled all the way down Jersey coast. No nearby facilities but the dockmaster has a million great stories that will entertain.

I'll be back., 2011-09-10
Captain: , Bordentown, NJ (30)

Two week stay in July 2011. Used marina as a base to ship in (and out) grandkids to spend some time on the boat, beach and boardwalk. Glenn and Brad are the perfect team to run this marina. They will help you anyway they can. If you plan to stay more than a day or two, you need transportation. Next to a marsh, but we were surprised that no green heads during our two week stay. Nice quiet marina with friendly slip holders. We plan to return next summer for maybe a month. I am giving it a four rating even though their is no pool or resturant because this marina provided eveything we needed for our stay.

I'd come back again, 2011-05-16
Captain: , Jersey City (506)

Stayed here in 2007. Easy in, easy out. Friendly folks at the marina. Scenic marshlands close aboard. Spent most of the 1 day visit in Cape May proper via taxi.

Really good service, 2010-10-25
Captain: , Quebec (106)

Glenn and Brad were extremly helpful and especially friendly. Very nice docks and 2 moorings The washrooms were very clean, nice laundry facilities. A very pleasant place to stay, rates are reasonable.

Easy access to ocean, friendly people, 2010-09-02
Captain: , Cape May (75)

Just a few minutes to the inlet, New dockmaster Glen and asst Brad are always at hand to assist in docking. Docks are well maintained. Nice marine and aviary life abound. Fair cell receptrion but no WIFI

Friendly helpful staff, good floating docks, 2010-08-23
Captain: , Red Wing, MN (384)

Approach has nice deep water, Floating docks in good condition. A restaurant is being renovated on site to be open by spring of 2011. A ways away from everything but this should make it more secure. Fast current through marina, easiest to dock at slack or near slack tide

safe spot at the end of a bad day., 2009-07-08
Captain: , bohemia river, md (37)

We got towed to this marina by Boat US after engine trouble. Spent night on T head. Nice Neighbor's Jim and Mary. The Marina is run by Dick. He helped us with trying to find mechanic. Showers felt good after 16 hours on the water. A lot of birds on the little strip of land across the water. Not the best facilities but not the worst either. My boat is there for the week until I can get it up the bay. Not near anything.

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