The area of the 50 acre waterfront development site in the Old Village of Port Royal known as the Marina Village is located in the center of the site at the west end of 11th Street where countless shrimp, oysters, and blue crabs were harvested brought to the existing shrimp boat docks and proccssed for wide distribution. In recent years, Dockside at 11th Street seafood restaurant offered local seafood dining overlooking sunsets and shrimp boats.
Currently under renovation and scheduled to open this summer, Fish Camp at 11th seafood restaurant will soon be ready to take over where Dockside left off. A combination of retail and residential development will soon compliment this area along with a new 225 slip marina in the calm waters of Battery Creek located just minutes from the intra-coastal waterway Beaufort River and Port Royal Sound.
Walk to the beach and boardwalk through the Port Village to the east or to the Bluff Neighborhood, to be known as Harrison's Bluff, to the west. Ride your bike to Historic Downtown Beaufort down the Spanish Moss Trail along the abandoned railroad which used to serve the port. The Marina Village is the perfect place to work or make your home to enjoy everything a coastal community has to offer.
We are excited to announce Port Royal's newest waterfront community between 11th and 12th Streets at the Marina Village. Soon you'll be just a short walk to Port Royal's proposed 225 slip marina and it's premier dockside restaurant Fishcamp at 11th Street.