Lake Erie boat ramps for Huron, Vermilion, Lorain, Avon, and Cleveland, Ohio. These central basin boat ramps will put you on the fish fast. Get boat ramp details, maps, satelite images, and even boat ramp videos (coming soon).
|Huron Public Boat Ramp New! Map
Hwy 6 (Cleveland Rd) and River Road
Awesome brand new boat ramp that opened in late 2009. This four lane facility has deep water launches, big wide docks, real restrooms, and tons of parking. Easy access to Lake Erie's hottest fall walleye fishing via the Huron River - about a 10 minute boat ride. Convenient to J and J's Harbor Drive Thru for bait, tackle, beer, soda, and snacks. Stop by and see Jay and tell him Walleye Kid sent you.
Directions: Easy to find. Located on NE corner of Hwy 6 (Cleveland Rd) and the Huron River - east side of the Huron River bridge. Big sign on Hwy 6.
Note: Map does not show this boat ramp since it's new.
Holiday Harbor Marina Map
944 Main Street
Holiday Harbor has a good quality two lane launch ramp. Easy access to Lake Erie - it's about a 10 minute boat ride to the mouth of the Huron River. Park your car and trailer at the top of the hill.
Directions: Easy to find. From Huron take Main Street south about a half mile from Hwy 6. Marina is on your left side just past the Lutheran church.
Cranberry Creek Marina
4319 Hwy 6
Huron, Ohio 44839
Cranberry Creek is a small marina with good quality two lane launch ramp located at Ruggles Beach. Very easy access to Lake Erie - it's about a hundred yards from the open lake. Tackle shop on site and airboats to take you ice fishing. Use caution as there is shallow water just outside the opening to Lake Erie from the marina.
Directions: Easy to find. If your going east from Huron on Hwy 6 the marina will be on your left side about 1.0 miles east of Hwy 61. Go slow as you approach since it's just below the hill and is a sharp turn into the marina.
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Vermilion Port Authority Launch
West River Road off Liberty Ave (Highway 6)
Located on the first street west of the Vermilion River bridge. Good quality ramp with two lane ramp and lots of parking - limited dock space is available and the ramp can become backed up in the morning. About a 15 minute trip to Lake Eire at 5 MPH max speed. Restrooms are available but no live bait. Rich's Hook Line Sinker Bait and Tackle was directly across the street but closed in 2008. Bad Boyz tackle east of the bridge on Hwy 6 is your best bet. Quaker Steak and Shake restaurant is between the ramp and the lake - great place to pull up for lunch on your way back in. Launch fee is $6.00 (use the envelopes if no ramp personnel are present).
Directions: A little difficult to find. Turn south on West River Road off of Highway 6 (Convenient Food Mart is on the corner). West River Road is the first road west of the Vermilion River bridge at a light. Ramp will be on your left side about three blocks down the road. Click the link on the left side of this page for a map.