Volunteer Landing Marina
Volunteer Landing Marina is situated at the headwaters of the Tennessee River- mile marker 648 in Downtown Knoxville. Just minutes from The University of Tennessee campus, Downtown Market Square, Gay Street and The Old City Knoxville, Volunteer Landing is the hub of activity. Volunteer Landing Marina is home to the Vol Navy Boaters Association, Fort Loudon Lake Association, Volunteer Princess dinner cruise line, and Volunteer Boat Rentals.
Features include a 3 mile river walk, which is vibrant with bicyclists, joggers and sight seers. The growth of the Downtown waterfront has prompted activities all year long within walking distance of the marina. Make Volunteer Landing, Knoxville’s only Downtown marina, your port of choice.
Mile Marker 648.0 RDB
ECO-FRIENDLY NOTES Follow Leave No Trace practices.
Call ahead dockage, open Hours: May 1 – Oct 31 9am-6pm, Nov 1-April 30 Tues-Sat 10am-6pm, closed Sunday and Monday
Pricing can vary
Half Day: 10am to 1pm - $200-$300
Full Day: 10am to 6pm - $300-$400
Fuel and Pump-out dock
Easy access gas and diesel fuel available. Station is free to slip holders.
All boat slips have available water, electric and cable TV hookups.
Restaurant - Ruth's Chris Steak House **
An award-winning restaurant, this steak house offers beautiful scenic views!
Vol Navy merch, boating supplies, snacks, and more are available to purchase at the fully stocked Ship Store!