New Buffalo Harbor: The Harbor of Harbor Country
LIVE STREAM OF THE NEW BUFFALO HARBOR
Click here to view a live stream of the New Buffalo Harbor.
2016 SOUNDING OF HARBOR
Click here for the 2016 sounding of the New Buffalo Harbor. The depth readings are based off the mean lake levels. The water is currently at a gage of plus 2.7 feet above LWD, so please make sure you add 2.7 feet to all the depth readings off the soundings map.
ABOUT NEW BUFFALO HARBOR
New Buffalo Harbor has more than 950 boat slips: 921 seasonal marina and condo association slips, 32 transient-public slips, 13 under construction for The Peninsula, and several up-river private slips.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Fact Sheet, Dredging Information, Project Map, Harbor Infrastructure Inventory, and most recent Condition of Channel Survey are available on their New Buffalo Harbor Project Overview webpage.The economic impact of New Buffalo Harbor on all of
Harbor Country is monumental. The Harbor generates over $7.7 million in revenue throughout the area, which supports 130 jobs, and those jobs generate $2.5 million annually in labor income (source: New Buffalo Harbor Fact Sheet, U.S. Army Corp of Engineers, 2010.)
New Buffalo Harbor – Facing south (image courtesy USACE).
NEW BUFFALO PUBLIC WATERFRONT MAP
Please place your mouse over each symbol to see its label, or use the key below:
NEW BUFFALO HARBOR MAP
The US Army Corps of Engineers created this image of our harbor using a 2005 aerial covered with a 1857 survey to show how much has changed. Click here for a large version (WARNING - very large file size; it may take your browser awhile to fully load this pdf).