During the current state of emergency due to the coronavirus outbreak, marinas likely will not be able to commission pumpout stations on normal spring schedules. Boaters are encouraged to use shore side restrooms as much as possible to avoid filling holding tanks. Portable toilets that can be emptied at home are another alternative. As usual, it is best to call ahead when seeking a pumpout. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Information in this guide is subject to change without notice. For this reason, it is recommended that boaters call ahead.
Pumpout Fee - Most of the pumpouts in Maryland have been funded through the Clean Vessel Act and charge a fee of no more than $5.00 for the first 50 gallons of sewage pumped plus an additional 10 cents per gallon for every gallon above 50. However marinas that funded their pumpouts privately may charge more than this. Boaters should call ahead to check fees.
DISCLAIMER: Information in this guide is for informational purposes only and is not intended for navigation. For this reason, it is recommended that boaters contact the U.S. Coast Guard and use up to date charts for their navigation needs.
- Southwestern Shore and Potomac Area
Rhode River, West River, Herring Bay, Chesapeake Beach, Patuxent River and Potomac River
- Southern Eastern Shore
Manokin River, Wicomico River, Tangier Sound, Pocomoke River and the Nanticoke River
- Annapolis Area
Magothy River, Severn River and South River
- Baltimore Area
Patapsco River, Back River, Middle River and Seneca Creek
- Northern Chesapeake Bay
Dundee Creek, Gunpowder River, Bush River, Susquehanna River, North East River, Elk River, Bohema River, Sassafras River and C&D Canal
- Central Eastern Shore
Worton Creek, Fairlee Creek, Rock Hall, Chester Rivers, Swan Creek, Kent Island, Kent Narrows,
Tred Avon, Choptank, Honga River and Miles Rivers
- Ocean City/Coastal Bays
- Deep Creek