Deltaville Marina and Boatyard is located on Jackson Creek in Deltaville, Virginia, near the mouth of the Rappahannock and Piankatank Rivers - just minutes from the Chesapeake Bay, and less than mile to the quaint and historic town of Deltaville.
274 Buck’s View Lane, P.O. Box 497
Deltaville, VA 23043
Driving Directions to Deltaville
From Richmond – (Approx. 1¼ hours.) Take I-64 East to the West Point/Rt. 33 (exit 220). Follow Rt. 33 through West Point to Rt. 17. Turn left on to Rt. 17 - at a stop-light near a 7-Eleven store. Proceed 3 miles to Saluda. At the Hardees veer right onto Rt. 17 Business. At the stop light turn right on to Rt. 33, follow to Deltaville.
From Washington, DC – (Approx. 3 hours.) Take I-95 South to Fredericksburg. Take Rt. 17 East to Tappahannock then to Saluda. In Saluda turn left off the off the 4 lane road, at the Food Lion, on to Rt. 33. Follow Rt. 33 to Deltaville.
From Annapolis – (Approx. 3 hours.) Take Rt. 301 South through Waldorf to the Potomac River Bridge. Continue on Rt. 301 across the Rappahannock River to Port Royal. Turn left on Rt. 17 East to Tappahannock then to Saluda. . In Saluda turn left off the off the 4 lane road, at the Food Lion, on to Rt. 33. Follow Rt. 33 to Deltaville.
From Norfolk, Hampton, or Williamsburg – (Approx. 1½ hours.) Drive to the Yorktown Bridge and follow Rt. 17 to Gloucester. In Gloucester turn right on Rt. 17 Business to Rt. 3. Within a mile, turn right on Rt. 3/Rt. 14 West (John Clayton Memorial Hwy). Stay on Rt. 3/Rt. 14 for approximately 15 miles. Turn left on Rt. 3 following signs for Kilmarnock and White Stone. At the stop sign turn right on Rt. 3/Rt. 198. Turn left on Rt. 3 (at the Get ‘n Zip), towards Irvington and Kilmarnock. Cross the Piankatank River Bridge, at the stop sign turn right on to Rt. 33, follow to Deltaville.