The Port of Sand Point's facilities include 134 boat slips, four docks, a 150-ton lift, and a 25-acre boat harbor. Humboldt Harbor is an excellent natural harbor despite the strong winds common to the area. A small boat basin is protected by breakwaters.
The Port of Sand Point's Robert E. Galovin Small Boat Harbor (Floats A-C) is owned and operated by the City of Sand Point for mooring commercial and recreational vessels. The steel-pile, concrete-decked piers have a vertical boat lift at the rear between Floats A and B. The small boat harbor can accommodate about 148 vessels. The harbor entrance channel is 36.6 meters (120 feet) wide. The floats have alongside depth of 2.4 meters (8 feet).
Also owned and operated by the City, the Port of Sand Point's Robert E. Galovin Small Boat Harbor Dock and Float D are also used for mooring recreational and commercial vessels. The dock and floats offer berthing space of 32 meters (105 feet) with alongside depth of 2.4 meters (8 feet).
The Port of Sand Point's Robert E. Galovin Small Boat Harbor Bulkhead is used for handling equipment and supplies for fishing vessels. The bulkhead has berthing space of 222 meters (730 feet).
Trident Seafoods Corporation owns and operates the Port of Sand Point Seafood Dock. Seafoods and petroleum products are handled at the wharf, and the dock is also used for icing and handling supplies for fishing vessels. A seafood processing plant is located at the rear of the wharf. Three pipelines connect the wharf to storage tanks at the rear. An ice plant with capacity to produce 120 tons per day and to store 200 tons is connected to the wharf by one 10-inch pipeline. The Port of Sand Point Seafood Dock offers berthing space of 97.5 meters (320 feet) with alongside depth of 7.3 meters (24 feet).
Trident Seafoods also owns and operates the Port of Sand Point Fuel Dock. Receiving petroleum products and fueling vessels, the dock is connected to nine steel storage tanks with total capacity for 15,500 barrels by three pipelines. The Port of Sand Point Fuel Dock has berthing space of 18.3 meters (60 feet) with alongside depth of 1.5 meters (5 feet).
Visitors will find gasoline, diesel, water, and maritime supplies in the Port of Sand Point, and the small boat basin has a travel-lift. Two wharves and the municipal airport are located on the north side of the spit. With 61 meters (200 feet) of berthing space and alongside depth of 6.1 meters (20 feet), the eastern pier is owned by Peter Pan Seafood. Owned by Trident Seafoods, the western pier is not accessible to vehicles and is in poor condition.