Caseville Harbor During Cheeseburger Festival

Strolling the Docks in Caseville Harbor

While it seems that all the festivities of Cheeseburger in Caseville are happening up on Main Street there is an entire crowd of Parrot Heads in the harbor. Caseville is blessed with several marinas and all of them shift into high gear during the festival. Many of the marinas coordinate with decorations and festivities.

If you’re strolling around in the harbor keep these courtesies in mind:

  • For many folks their boat is their cottage, they live on it during the season.
  • Do not walk aboard uninvited.
  • Try to keep the noise levels to a dull roar in the evening.
  • Docks are unstable dangerous places, even the seasoned sailor has fallen in.

Have fun but use care. If you have a slip in the harbor, you’re in for a treat. If you’re lucky to have a buddy with a boat, do not arrive empty-handed.

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6 Responses

  1. Jb1027 says:

    Cool pics. Yes it’s fun at the harbor! Caution this year with new fireworks laws. State allows buying ‘bigger’ stuff but Caseville just passed new noise ordinance to counter it. Check new regs. to avoid citation. Hours & decibel levels apply. Just saying.

  2. ThumbWind says:

    Most of these shots were taken at Mariners Cove Marina. The finest residential marina and campground in the harbor.

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