About EZDock Mid-Chesapeake

Bringing Custom Floating Dock Solutions to the Residents of Mid-Chesapeake.

About EZDock Mid-Chesapeake

History and Description:

After an extensive search to find the best floating dock products in the United States, the partners agreed that EZ Dock was far and away the most versatile and stable platform on the market that can withstand the rigors of the Chesapeake Bay. As luck would have it, what we call the “Mid-Chesapeake” region, covering the majority of the state of Maryland, was available and
EZ Dock Mid-Chesapeake was born.

Following exhaustive training sessions with EZ Dock Corporate with a professional assist from our distributor in New Jersey, the groundwork for a successful dealership was formed.  Thanks to a significant contract with the CA Murren Company working on the Constellation Energy Plant at Brandon Shores, EZ Dock Mid-Chesapeake was the leading dealer in the Mid-Atlantic dealership territory encompassing the states of New York, New Jersey, Delaware, DC, Pennsylvaina and Maryland for the year 2008.

The Mid-Chesapeake plan is to penetrate marinas; state, county and municipal parks; and the residential market throughout our territory of responsibility. It is also our goal to increase the availability of access to the Chesapeake Bay by creating handicap accessible kayak launches throughout the state.

To date, well known clients in addition to CA Murren above are:  The Baltimore Aquarium in Baltimore City, Black Hills Regional Park in Montgomery County, Patuxent River Park in Prince Georges County, Shafer Park in the city of Boonsboro, Passage Maker’s Trawler Fest in Solomon’s Island, and Blackwater Paddle Pedal the kayak and canoe company for The Hyatt Regency  in Cambridge, Md.  

More and more, knowledgeable clients seeking superior quality and service in their floating dock company are turning to EZ Dock Mid-Chesapeake. 

We invite you to join our list of satisfied clients!

EZDock Mid-Chesapeake

Where We Operate

We are the exclusive EZ Dock dealer for Mid-Chesapeake Region.