For an explanation of the recreational icons on this page, see below.
|Invasive Species Present*
|Keuka Lake State Park. 42.582928°N, 77.135973°W (Google Maps)
|50 cars and trailers
|Eurasian Watermilfoil, Zebra Mussel
|42.657596°N, 77.059039°W (Google Maps)
|Asian Water Chestnut, Eurasian Watermilfoil, Starry Stonewort, Zebra Mussel
|Severne Point. 42.584639°N, 76.916718°W (Google Maps)
|30 cars and trailers
|Eurasian Watermilfoil, Zebra Mussel, Fishhook Waterflea
|Sugar Creek (aka Guyanoga Creek)
|42.599774°N, 77.149897°W (Google Maps)
|High Tor Wildlife Management Area. 42.656234°N, 77.331169°W (Google Maps)
|High Tor Wildlife Management Area. 42.651167°N, 77.339966°W (Google Maps)
|12 cars and trailers
|(hand launch only)
*Confirmed invasive species present. Other invasive species may also be present.
Boat Launch Types
Use the following definitions to help you determine if a particular site will accommodate your boat:
Hard surface launch - Site affords float-off and float-on launching for most trailered boats.
Unimproved trailer launch - No float-off or float-on trailered boat capability. Sites will accommodate the approach to the water's edge of small and light trailered boats. Boat may then be pushed on or off trailer. Usually shallow areas.
Hand launch - No trailer capacity. Boats must be hand carried to the water.
Accessible Features - Locations are identified above. 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. See a full listing of DEC's Accessible Recreation Destinations.
Pumpout - Launch has a boat pumpout.