|Four local restaurants can be accessed from the
Occoquan and Potomac Rivers and we are proud to have long standing
relationships with all of them. Tim’s Rivershore Restaurant and Crab house in Dumfries has events all year that we can deliver you and your guests to regularly. On the Occoquan at Prince William Marina is the Electric Palm Restaurant and then The Water’s Edge at the Occoquan Harbor Marina are regular stops for the Miss Rivershore.
The Miss Rivershore lives at the Occoquan Regional Park at 9751 Ox Road in Lorton, Va. This park is part of the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority and is a free use park located in the very southern border of Fairfax County.
Rivershore Charters is a member of the Occoquan Merchants Association which holds events thru-out the year in the Historic Town of Occoquan. Riverfest in June, Craft Fair in June and September and Boat Rides with Santa are a few of the activities the boat takes part in.
Historic Preservation of Prince William County uses the Miss Rivershore as part of the Civil War Sesquentenial Celebrations. Local historians board the boat with up to 30 guests for a 90 minute ride from the Leesylvania State Park to share interesting and in many cases little known facts about how the South effectively cut Washington, D.C. off from supply ships for 3 years of the Civil War. Also Mid-Atlantic Receptive Services Tour Company has arranged a number of elite bus tours to use the Miss Rivershore as part of the local history tour business.