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Captain’s Quarters Marina is Located On The
North Shore of Fox Lake in Antioch Township

Captain’s Quarters is by far a boater’s oasis.

Located on a natural channel off Fox Lake at Indian Point, the calm waters are home to over 100 boat slip residents. You can launch your boat at CQ too, seven days a week.

Your weekend can start on Friday’s and end on Sunday night at this same point.

On Saturday, the bar and restaurant opens each morning. Plenty of off the water boat parking is always available. CQ’s menu is by far tops on the Chain, serving quality, quantity, and at competitive prices.

Drink specials reign supreme at this first class bar and grill on the water. Every drink is prepared and served by professional mixologists. Be responsible but enjoy one or two.

Sunday, we have live entertainment beginning at 3:00

Hey, bring the kids during the day too. Those little first mates will love the kids area in the CQ “playground”.

For bigger kids CQ has a full basketball court, horse shoe pits and then all of the “spikers” can pick-up teams for a couple of games of volleyball on the lighted court.

The outdoor bar at CQ’s will automatically keep your mind on that great summer’s day you are spending on the Chain ‘O Lakes. Eat, drink and be Mary or Bruce or Bob or Adeline.

CQ’s friendly neighbor atmosphere offers a quiet evening get-a-way environment for the locals. Join them every night of the week. Special weekends at Captain’s Quarters puts them one-step above everyone else on the water. Pig Roasts, deep fried turkey parties, and many other special days like the, ” Dog Costume Contest”,  “Summer Mardi Gras” or the “Miss Captain’s Quarters” contest and then the “luau” parties puts CQ in a class by itself. Remember there is live music every weekend at Captain’s Quarters.

There are plenty of TVs for you to catch the “big game”, yet, if you want to escape that game, we have that space too.

For all boaters or the persons drivin’ the old or new Dodge Hemi around, CQ’s is that “must stop spot” on the Chain, and in Northern Illinois.

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