The municipal harbour in Police, on the river Łarpia, is a small marina primarily for motor boats, but it can also be used by yachts with a shallow draft suitable for inland waters.
The harbour can moor ten boats with a drafts of up to seventy centimeters on a new pontoon. Guests are able to make use of a new block with toilets and showers. It is possible to eat a hearty meal under shelter on the quay and there is also a place to light camp fires. The marina is located in Police’s Old Town, close to the Old Town Park, the Lapidarium and the ancient Church of the Virgin Mary. Shops and a petrol station are situated nearby. This is a calm spot, also suitable for kayakers. The River Łarpia is one of the tributaries of the River Odra, and water from this river, together with that of the Odra, Domiąży and further tributaries, flows around the biggest island in Police, Polickie Łąki (Police Meadows Island). The stream, Przęsocińska Struga, flows into the Łarpia.