Once inside the inner basin the scale of the covered slips becomes apparent. This is a big boat facility with well developed infrastructure including winter storage on supports in your own covered slip where there is a 4.5 foot depth.
If you need repairs or an emergency haul out on a larger vessel this is the place as they are no nonsense and prepared. Their facilities run the gambit from repairs to propellers, hulls of all types and even upholstery.
With the exception of weeds most of the lake surrounding the channel has acceptable depth until you come abreast of Brown Point at G C299 where there is a 4 foot shoal south of
the channel. Passing Greenwood Island to the south you enter Buckhorn Narrows at mile 123 where the channel takes a well marked bend to the southwest avoiding numerous rocks too shallow to think
about getting any closer than necessary to. It is well marked and I would not think of talking anyone through the narrows without a chart.
Once clear of the narrows at R C310 you have roughly a three mile run with no markers close to the channel as your course lies approximately 201 ° T rounding northward of
Scotsman Point marked by R C312 where shoals come out a fair distance from shore to the south of the point.