The Lindon Marina is working on a plan to add upgrades to the RV amenities and add nightly rentals of tiny houses to their already impressive amenities and facilities.
In the Spring 2018, tons of sand was brought in and laid down over the beach area of the Lindon Marina. This sand is extremely soft to the touch and is great for making sand castles! It was an excellent addition to the day-use facilities at Lindon Marina.
The Utah Lake Commission aided with the facilitation of sand delivery for the marina beach in partnership with Utah County and the Lindon Marina operator, Ron Madson.
In the fall of 2017, Lindon Marina installed harbor safety lights at the mouth of the their marina. Similar to a lighthouse, the purpose of these lights is to guide people safely to shore. There is one light placed on either side of the channel into the marina, so that sailors or boaters who were out until after dark can steer for safety and not beach their craft unintentionally.
These lights were purchased and installed thanks to a partnership between Lindon Marina management, Timpanogos Yacht Club, Bonneville School of Sailing, the Utah Lake Commission and Utah State Parks Boating Program.