Launch into Lake Champlain for great fishing and great fun on the water!
On County Route 27 on east side of the bay, 3 miles north of the village of Willsboro.
This hard-ramp launch is close to town, but far enough away that it's a quiet spot to launch onto Lake Champlain. Here's the lowdown:
- There is room for 100 boats and trailers
- There is a boat pumpout
- It is a hard ramp
- Per the DEC website, "sites are accessible to the top of the boat ramp, if provided at a site. Parking, as well as other amenities such as bathrooms and informational kiosks, are also accessible. Some sites on larger waters also have accessible boarding docks. Contact your local DEC office for additional details."
Aquatic invasive species:
Lake Champlain has the following non-native invasive species present in the waterbody:
- Eurasian Watermilfoil
- Curly-leaf Pondweed
- Zebra Mussel
- Spiny Waterflea
- Asian Clam
- Variable Leaf Milfoil
- Water Chestnut
- European Frogbit
- And more
Please take every precaution to prevent the spread of non-native aquatic invasive species.