Walborn Marina

11324 Price St. NE, Alliance 44601

Status Alert: Marinas Closed

Food, bait, and rental services remain closed and will be re-evaluated June 30, 2020. Staff are currently weighing options to open full-service marinas that would allow staff to safely and efficiently serve all patrons with required distancing, as well as proper cleansing of all rental equipment, such as life jackets.

Walborn Marina: 330.935.0367

Whether you enjoy a day on the water in a rental boat, purchase some bait and a cold soda at the marina, or take in some relaxing fishing from the shore you will love the tranquility Walborn Reservoir provides.  The marina’s affordable boat rentals and concessions are available from May to October each year. A fishing pier and boat launch (boats up to 21 feet and 10 hp) are also nearby for those patrons with their own boat or fishing rod.

All rented boats must be returned no later than one hour prior to the close of the marina. Boats returned late are subject to a late fee.


The marina offers many types of live bait and tackle for sale.  Night crawlers, wax worms, maggots, dug worms, minnows and more are on hand and ready for purchase.   And a large selection of tackle such as bait buckets, fishing line, bobbers, sinkers, etc. are available as well.

Fishing licenses can also be purchased at the marina. A Visa or MasterCard credit card and picture ID are needed to purchase a license (cash is not accepted). Individuals over the age of 15 must carry a fishing license and picture ID to fish in the park.

Rental Boats

For your enjoyment, Walborn marina offers a variety of watercraft to rent.  Canoes, single-person kayaks, tandem (2 person) kayaks, row boats, and motor boats are all part of the marina’s livery. Reservations are not needed for boat rentals as they are available on a first come, first served basis.  Rental fees are calculated by the half hour.  A driver’s license/ID and refundable deposit are required for all boat rentals.

Marina Hours and Prices

Tips for Your Excursion

  • Wear clothing and shoes that you don’t mind being wet with lake water. You will get wet!
  • Consider bringing a change of clothes
  • Wear sunscreen
  • Bring a zip lock bag(s) to store wallets and other valuables that could be damaged by water.
  • Do not leave valuable items loose inside the boat, canoe, or kayak.  Car keys and cell phones sink if they are not in a bag that will float.
  • Stay hydrated
  • Begin your excursion by rowing into the wind so it will be at your back when returning to the marina.
  • In the event of thunder or lightning, no boats will be allowed on the water. All boats on the water must come to shore immediately.

Interactive Map