• THE PREMIER RECREATION SITE ON THE CALIFORNIA DELTA

REVIEWS

WHAT OUR CLIENTS HAVE TO SAY…

“We have had our boat at RiverPoint Landing Marina since June of 2020. We live in the Sacramento area, but choose to keep our boat in Stockton because we LOVE RiverPoint! The cleanliness, the pride of ownership, the security and most importantly the staff deserve more than a 5 star review! We cannot speak highly enough about the staff here at RiverPoint. Thank you all for providing a safe and enjoyable place for us to spend our down time!”

by Liz & Les

“Just bought a boat out there,The marina is very clean very well organized.The staff is very professional and friendly,The rates are very reasonable. Especially for all of the amenities that are included,The security of the Gated Marina makes me very confident that our boat 🚢 will be safe and sound 😀 👍. And with a sheriff station on site what more could you ask for.”

by Jack

RiverPoint has the advantage of being next to the Stockton Deep Water Point, which is like the main freeway of the Delta waterways.  This also helps prevent electrolysis damage to your boat propellers and outdrives, versus some other unnamed marinas that are at the stagnant end of Delta sloughs where one boater recently suffered $4,000 damage to his boat through electrolysis damage.  West Marine is not too far away either. RiverPoint is located just west of the most elite neighborhood in Stockton and “Restaurant Row” where you’ll find the Spaghetti Factory, Denny’s, Applebee’s, Olive Garden, Arroyo’s Mexican Restaurant overlooking Quail Lake, and The Red Lobster straddling the nearby I-5 freeway. RVers love it here, too, because they can park with a waterfront view and enjoy all these amenities. Boaters can see the nearby Brookside waterfront homes and the Statue of Liberty mansion on the point marking the Calavaras River that leads to the Stockton Yacht Club. Spectacular waterfront homes are just around the bend in Atherton Cove. Then back  out on the Deep Water Channel towards downtown Stockton, you can see the Duraflame log corporate headquarters in the old Klamath riverboat now permanently moored near the I-5 overpass and the Port of Stockton. Huge ocean going cargo ships are usually parked here, too, before going under the I-5 bridge to the new Stockton City Marina and Waterfront Warehouse Building where you can grab a sandwich at the deli or enjoy Mexican food at Chivatas Mexican Restaurant, or take in a movie at the City Center Cinema one block away.  A boat load of other entertainment usually prevails in the Stockton Arena or waterfront ballpark, or the nearby Bob Hope Fox Theater.  Stockton is definitely a boater’s dream town!  A lighted boat parade kicks off the Christmas season to validate this fact.

by Gene B.

“Filled up my 35.4 foot yacht’s diesel tank and did a sewage pump out. Excellent customer service as always. The guys are always ready to help shove off”

by Gloria Guerra

“My favorite hidden gem in Stockton!! It’s so incredibly clean and staff is GREAT and friendly. Such a great place. “

by Shannen Stenerson

“This is our home marina now. I am super happy with our new slip. They keep everything clean and maintained. The bathrooms and showers are clean and easy to get to.
The docks are new, stable and made out of cement and wide. I feel safe and steady walking on the docks out to our boat. The setting is beautiful right on the San Joaquin river.
It is so relaxing and the grounds are immaculate. I like the privacy and the fact the sheriff’s station is in the marina…I feel safe. Overall it was the BEST decision to move our boat over to this
marina. We could not be happier. I know i will be spending more time out relaxing here on my weekends. “

by Kimberley Wittrock