Boating Access Improvements

Funds generated from the Sport Fish Restoration program create new boat ramps and support boating access improvement projects for marine areas and public marina sites. Currently the funds are being used to maintain 231 boat ramps statewide. These projects improve boating access opportunities for Florida's marine resource users.

2010 Pending Projects

Munyon Island at John D. MacArthur Beach State Park
Clearwater Beach Boat Ramp (Clearwater)
Fernandina Beach Marine Boat Ramp (Fernandina Beach)
Ballast Point Boat Ramp (Tampa)
Cedar Key Marina Boat Ramp (Cedar Key)
River Landing Park Boat Ramp (Chattahoochee)
Bryant Park Boat Ramp (Lake Worth)

Completed Projects


2009

Sebastian Inlet State Park
Sawgrass Recreational Park
DeLeon Springs State Park

2008
Nubbin Slough

2006
Horse Shoe Boat Ramp (Tenoroc Fish Management Area)
Legs (Tenoroc Fish Management Area)
Fish Hook (Tenoroc Fish Management Area)
Half Moon (Tenoroc Fish Management Area)

2004
Navarre Beach

2002-2003
Amelia River Boat Ramp

2001-2002
Russell Harbor Landing
Sandy Creek Boat Ramp

2000-2001
Navarre Beach Boat Ramp

2000
Econfina River Dock

1999
Big Lagoon

1998
Sebastian Inlet Wall
St. Joseph Peninsula
Ochlockonee River
Big Lagoon Boat Access
Lover's Key Boat Access
Faver-Dykes



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