Boat Ramps on Long Beach Island
There are a number of Boat Launching ramps on Long Beach Island. Most of them charge a fee. Parking varies at each lot.
Each ramp is unique as to the depth depending on the tide and facilities such as floating ramps. Always watch for drop-offs at the end of the ramp. Most ramps offer daily, weekly and seasonal rates.
Carefully check the conditions of the ramps before launching or retrieving your boat. Also check to see if fees/permits are required or if the ramp is for residents only.
- Barnegat Township Municipal Ramp
- Captain Mikes
- Cedar Run
- Great Bay Boulevard 1
- Great Bay Boulevard 2
- Parker Run
- West Creek
The ramp is located at 10th street and Bayview Avenue.
The Beach Haven Boat ramp is located on 9th Street and Boat Ramp Drive near Bay Village.
- Parking is often limited or restricted for special events such as the Chowder Fest
- Bathrooms are available in the adjacent park
The Ship Bottom Ramp is located just south of the Causeway bridge. The 25 MPH limit on the side streets is strictly enforced. Bathrooms are available.
The ramp is located on Division Avenue. It does not show as a ramp on Google Maps. However, the satellite photo below shows it’s exact location
There are some public and private ramps on the mainland. The conditions at the ramps as well as fees will vary.
This puts you in the vicinity of Great Bay, Little Egg / Beach Haven inlet and Little Egg Harbor.
This is located at the end of Cedar Run Dock Road adjacent to Antionettas Restaurant. The ramp provides easy access to the bay.
About 1 mile south of the entrance to Tuckerton Creek at the mouth of Big Thorofare.
There is a ramp that seems to be in very poor condition in an abandoned marina. It is doubtful that anything larger than a very small boat can be launched there.
The ramp is at the end or Parker Run on Dock Street.
There is a small ramp about half way down West Creek on Dock Road. I’m not sure if this is public or private. Check before using