Harbor and Marina
The Town of Bell Marina is a small municipal marina located in the village of Cornucopia Wisconsin. It is located about 47 miles east of Duluth, Minnesota, along the south shore of Lake Superior (lat. 46*48’15”N lon. 91*31’47”W).
The harbor is well sheltered from the open lake by a large steel sheetpiled breakwall. To enter the harbor, head south on the west side of the light and turn east just past the light into the harbor entrance. There is generally 8 feet of clearance within the harbor, but it is a good idea to check with the Siskiwit Bay Marina (they monitor marine channel 16) for any recent shoaling, as a river runs through it.
The Marina has slips for approximately 60 boats, most of which are rented on an annual basis. There are electrical hook-ups, water, and public toilets available.
The Marina is conveniently located within walking distance of the Village of Cornucopia, and the harbor includes shops and art galleries that are open during the summer season (May to September). There is a large white sand public beach adjacent the marina.
The Harbor Master can be found at the Halvorson Fisheries Building on the northeast side of the harbor.
To download the marina rules, click HERE.