About The Potomac Upper Chesapeake Bay Boat Club at Hamptons Landing
Carefree Boat Club at
16205 Neabsco Rd.
Woodbridge, VA, 22191
Hampton's Landing Marina is located on Neabsco Creek on the Virginia side of the Potomac River in Woodbridge VA, 26 miles south of Washington DC. The marina's address is 16205 Neabsco Rd, Woodbridge VA.
Captain John Smith camped along Neabsco Creek in 1608 as he mapped the Potomac. The marina is along Featherstone National Wildlife Refuge, which has 325 acres of tidal marsh, wetlands, and woodlands.
Club members have access to the marina's ship’s store selling drinks, ice, and snacks, luxury bathhouse, fuel dock, and an outdoor recreation area with picnic amenities. Free parking is close to the dock. When members depart the club's dock, they have a 2 minute ride to reach the Potomac River.
Things To Do
Club members enjoy cruising 3 miles across the Potomac to Mattawoman Creek on the Potomac's Maryland shore. Mattawoman offers 7 miles of boating through tidal marshes and wilderness shoreline. Mattawoman is famous for its largemouth bass, so plentiful that major bass fishing tournaments are held here each year. Mattawoman is also home to gar, perch, shad, and 60 lb. catfish. It is a favorite spot for bird watching, lazy anchoring, waterskiing, and tubing.
A boaters' restaurant, Fatty's Taphouse on the River, which recently replaced Tim's Rivershore restaurant, is along the Potomac's Virginia shoreline 3 miles south of Neabsco Creek.
Club members also cruise 3 miles up the Potomac to Mason Neck State Park, located at Belmont Bay at the mouth of the Occoquan River. It is a favorite spot for boaters to drop anchor in 2' of water along the beach. From there, boats can cruise 15 minutes up the Occoquan River past several marina restaurants and tie up at the public dock in historic Occoquan VA. An old mill town, Occoquan now offers restaurants, art and craft galleries, fashion boutiques, and of course several ice cream shops where boaters with children stop in.
Members taking a boat all day or overnight can cruise up the Potomac to National Harbor MD, Old Town Alexandria VA, and Washington DC. Colonial Beach VA, a favorite overnight destination 90 minutes down the Potomac from Hampton's Landing Marina, is an old riverboat resort town. The gambling boats are long gone, but Colonial Beach offers restaurants, antiques, art galleries, and other shops to explore. The town boasts the second longest sandy beach in Virginia.
"Enjoy The Premier Boating Experience Without The Need Of Owning A Boat! Join the Potomac Upper Chesapeake Bay Boat Club today!"
Your Carefree Experience...
- Unlimited Use (All Day, Any Day, Every Day!)
- Great Availability
- Boats Are Fueled, Cleaned and Ready To Go Anytime
- Full Dock Staff Ready to Assist You
- Boat Year Round, Anywhere In the U.S.
- Luxury And Specialty Boats Range In Size From 22ft – 25ft
- Exclusive Member Only Yacht Club Pool Area And Facilities
- Easy Booking: Online Or Phone
- Boat “Spur of the Moment”
- Before, After Hours, And Overnight Usage
- Access to All 110+ and hundreds of boats
We Take Care Of The...
- Dock Fees
Enjoy Our Member-Only Boat Fleet
"Ready… Set… Boat!"
Discover Why Others Are Trading In Their Boats For A Carefree Boat Club Membership... And Never Looking Back
"We are loving our membership at the club. Never imagined boating could be this simple. We love the staff and the whole concept. The club did not disappoint at all. Would recommend all day".
"Carefree is amazing! Staff, boats and the whole concept is just awesome! Rarely had a problem with any of our reservations! Can’t wait to get back out there this season!!"
"Carefree boat club is totally awesome all the staff and everybody involved is right on point .I tried to take out a boat every week and have never been turned down. This concept of renting a boat is a no-brainer."
Frequently Asked Questions
What Is A Boat Club?
Carefree Boat Club is a private club. This means that our boats are only available to Members. We do not rent or charter our boats. Our members are the only ones with unlimited access to the fleet and they never pay a fee to use the boats.
Is It Truly "Unlimited?"
Yes! Members have true unlimited access to boats. Boat as much as you like.
Is It Worth The Price?
It really is. With membership as little as 1/3 cost of owning a boat, you can cross numerous expenses off your list such as: boat purchase, slip fee, insurance, maintenance, repairs, taxes, towing and winterization.
How Does The Training Work?
All members get as much training as they need on and off the water. "On The Water" training is done with a certified instructor. Training covers CBC processes, general navigation, docking and safety.
Are The Boats Well-Maintained?
Absolutely, in fact, all boats are inspected weekly by the CBC dock staff using a 50 point checklist of safety equipment, hull condition, electronics, and general mechanical items.
"Fall In Love With The Premier Boating Lifestyle"
"I joined Carefree a little over a year ago. My experience has been nothing short of excellent. I have enjoyed boating for years but was never the captain. When some life circumstances changed, I thought I would have to give up this relaxing pleasure. I was not ready to do that, so boating without owning was the perfect solution for me. The Carefree Boat Club instructors were patient and made sure that I was completely comfortable before going out on my own. The price is reasonable, and the extras that come membership are great!"
"This is our 3rd year at the Carefree Boat Club and we continue to thoroughly enjoy the experience. The concept works well for us, just make a reservation on-line and show up at the dock. The boats are new or nearly new, are always clean and ready to go. The staff are terrific people, they run the club like family. Always friendly, courteous, and accommodating to most any situation. They encourage you to get out there, help make it happen, and make the club experience very enjoyable."