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Florida Keys Boat Ramps

Flamingo, Florida Bay

Directions: SR 9336 west from Florida City.
Notes: One ramp on Florida Bay side with Gulf access, and one with access to Buttonwood Canal and Whitewater bay. Exc. condition. Marina, campground.
Cost: Small Fee.

Card Sound Road

Directions: From Miami - Take Card sound road from US1 in Florida City. From Key Largo - Take Card sound road instead of US1 from North Key Largo.
Notes: Two ramps. One at Alabama Jack's and one past Toll plaza at foot of bridge. Both in somewhat poor condition, and smaller boats only.
Cost: Fee for Alabama Jacks, Free for bridge ramp.

Eighteen Mile Stretch

Directions: Mile Marker 111 on US1 between Key Largo and Florida City in Little Blackwater Sound park.
Notes: Somewhat poor condition, smaller boats only.
Cost: Free

Caribbean Club

Directions: Mile Marker 104 Bayside Key Largo at the Caribbean Club.
Notes: Good condition but shallow.
Cost: Fee

John Pennekamp State Park

Directions: Mile Marker 102 Oceanside Key Largo
Notes: Excellent Condition. Very Busy.
Cost: Park fees apply

Harry Harris Park

Directions: Mile Marker 92.5 Oceanside, Burton Drive all the way to the end entrance on Beach Road.
Notes: Excellent condition. 2 ramps. Ample parking. Nice park.
Cost: Fees on weekends and holidays.

Founders Park (Formerly Plantation Yacht Harbor)

Directions: Mile Marker 86 Bayside.
Notes: Nice park but under construction. Ramp is in excellent condition. Deep water. Big marina. Fuel.
Cost: Fee for non-residents, free for residents.

Matecumbe Marina

Directions: Mile Marker 81.5 Bayside. Just south of Woody's
Notes: Somewhat poor condition. 
Cost: Free.

TeaTable Key

Directions: Mile Marker 79 Bayside
Notes: Busy on weekends, somewhat poor condition. Ocean or bay access. But shallow on bayside check your chart.
Cost: Free.

Marathon Boat Ramp

Directions: Mile Marker 53 Bayside
Notes: Good condition, limited parking.
Cost: Free

Airport Boat Ramp

Directions: Mile Marker 51. Aviation blvd. west to Harbor Drive.
Notes: Poor condition, small ramp, limited parking.
Cost: Free

Marathon Yacht Club

Directions: Mile Marker 49 bayside, go west on 33rd. street. Behind yacht club.
Notes: Good condition, busy, good parking

Duck Key Ramp

Directions: Mile Marker 39, Bayside.
Notes: Good condition, good access and parking. Shallow.
Cost: Free.

Bahia Honda State Recreation Area

Directions: Mile Marker 37 Oceanside.
Notes: 2 ramps. Excellent Condition. Full state park facilities.
Cost: Park fee.

Spanish Harbor Park

Directions: Mile Marker 34, Bayside Summerland Key.
Notes: Mediocre condition, shallow.
Cost: Free

Big Pine Key

Directions: Mile Marker 30 Bayside. West on Key Deer blvd. east on Big Pine St and north on Kohen Ave.
Notes: Poor Condition, Shallow
Cost: Free

Little Torch Key

Directions: Mile Marker 28 go north on State Road 4A. Bayside
Notes: Good condition.
Cost: Free

Shark Key

Directions: Mile Marker 11, Shark Key, Oceanside.
Notes: Poor condition, Limited parking, small boats only.
Cost: Free

Stock Island

Directions: Mile Marker 6, Oceanside
Notes: Somewhat poor condition, limited maneuvering and parking.
Cost: Free.

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