We usually spend a lot of time on our boat throughout the summer with the kids and often do activities such as kayaking, swimming, water skiing. Accessing and leaving the marina couldn’t be easier, the marina is in a great spot with plenty of locations on the waterway close by which are perfect for all kinds of water sports. At Milford Marina, there’s a real sense of community, the staff are always friendly and helpful.
Parking at Milford Waterfront
* The areas marked in blue are owned and managed by Milford Waterfront. These areas can accommodate in excess of 300 cars between them. Some may be closed off from time to time for events, but other than that they are free for anyone to use.
** The areas in red are owned and managed by the management companies of the seven residential blocks around Milford Waterfront. The spaces behind and between these blocks are reserved for residents only. A private parking enforcement company will be issuing fines to vehicles not showing residents’ parking permits in the spaces marked in red, so please don’t risk a fine – park in the blue areas on your visit.
A haven of heritage
The tide has brought invaders, crusaders, would-be kings, sea merchants, admirals, pirates and global energy leaders, up the Cleddau estuary to the safe haven of Milford. They’ve all played a part in our extraordinary story.