The City of Wyandotte owns and operates the Bishop Park Municipal Wharf in Wyandotte Harbor for the occasional mooring of excursion vessels and vessels on exhibit. The Municipal Wharf is adjacent to the Power Plant Wharf. The Wyandotte Harbor Municipal Wharf in Bishop Park has berthing distance of 137.2 meters (450 feet) with alongside depth along the first side of 5.5 meters (18 feet) and on the second side of 6.1 meters (20 feet).
The City of Wyandotte also owns and operates the Wyandotte Harbor Power Plant Wharf to receive coal for consumption by the city's power plant. An open storage area can accommodate about 60 thousand tons of coal, and two belt conveyors transport coal to the power plant at the rear of this Wyandotte Harbor wharf. The Wyandotte Harbor Power Plant Wharf has berthing distance of 192 meters (630 feet) with alongside depth of 5.5 meters (18 feet) on one side and 7 meters (23 feet) on the other side.
Wyandotte Harbor's 160-dock Midway Marina offers summer dockage, winter storage, and 70 rack-and-launch positions of at least 1.8 meters (six feet). This full-service Wyandotte Harbor marina is open seven days a week during season and from 9am to 5pm Monday through Saturday off season. In addition to docking and storage, Midway Marina in Wyandotte Harbor offers electric and water hook-ups and repairs.
The Pier 500 Marina in Wyandotte Harbor is a full-service marina staffed by certified mechanics. With a large parts department, Pier 500 Marina offers many services including sales of used boats and outboard motors and winterization and shrink-wrapping services. Repair services offered by this Wyandotte Harbor marina include structural repairs, custom painting, and striping. The marina also has a patio for special events, parties, and picnics. Open from 9am until 5pm on weekdays, Pier 500 Marina is handicap accessible and has 200 docks with a minimum depth of 1.5 meters (five feet). The marina also offers electric, water, and sewage hook-ups, refueling, and dry storage.
BASF Wyandotte Corporation owns, and with the US Army Corps of Engineers operates the Wyandotte Harbor North End Wharf to land company-owned vessels and for handling navigation aids. The North End Wharf has berthing distance of 472.4 meters (1550 feet) with alongside depth of 6.1 meters (20 feet). BASF Wyandotte also owns the North Plant South Wharf. Operated by the US Army Corps of Engineers to moor their floating equipment, the South Wharf has berthing distance of 268.2 meters (880 feet) with alongside depth of 4.3 meters (14 feet).