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Old 06-11-2010, 08:44 AM
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While we are discussing ramps. Im also kinda new to the area ..well for boating. Can anyone recommend a safe launch for a 20 ft boat. will have kids with me so a safe ones always better. Public or State owned..

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Old 06-11-2010, 10:44 AM
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1. GREAT HARBOR RAMP: (Woods Hole) Take Main Street (Route 28) towards Palmer Avenue, bear left at the Village Green onto North Main St. Take a left at the flashing light onto Locust Street. At the traffic lights continue straight onto Woods Hole Road. Bear right at the next fork in the road onto Water Street. Continue over the drawbridge to the end where you are forced to turn right onto Albatross Street. The boat ramp will be on your left just after the Aquarium building. One spot loading and unloading only, permit parking only on dock. No parking spaces available. (Town Ramp)

2. FALMOUTH HARBOR RAMP: (Downtown Falmouth) Take Main Street (Route 28) At the 7-Eleven turn onto Scranton Avenue, until you pass the Windfall Market on your right. Take a left into the next paved parking lot (just before Marina Park and the Band Shell). Ramp is located on the other side of the Harbormaster garage with parking available in the upper level of the parking lot. No overnight parking allowed. (State OFB & Town Ramp)

3. LEFERVE BOAT RAMP: Harrington Street (Teaticket) Teaticket Highway (Route 28) toward East Falmouth. Take right at the traffic light at Maravista Avenue Extension. Travel straight through two flashing yellow lights. After the second flashing light take next left onto Harrington Street. Boat ramp is at the end of the street to the right. No parking either side of Harrington St., no parking on northeast shoulder of ramp (turning area), no parking 11:00 pm to 7:00 am. Limited number of parking spaces available. (State OFB & Town Ramp)

4. GREEN POND LANDING: (East Falmouth) Take East Falmouth Highway (Route 28) toward Mashpee. Take a right onto Davisville Rd at the lights. At the stop sign at the end of Davisville, take a right onto Menauhant Rd. Ramp is on your left just before the Green Pond Bridge. No vessels over 24 feet. No overnight parking, permit parking in designated areas, no parking 2:00 pm to 5:00 am. (State OFB & Town Ramp)

5. WHITE’S LANDING (also known as Child’s River Ramp): (East Falmouth) East Falmouth Highway (Route 28) toward Mashpee. Pass Seacoast Shores Blvd, next right onto White’s Landing Road. Ramp is at the end of the road on your left. No parking on White’s Landing Rd. or ramp area. Parking is available in large dirt parking lot next to highway. Overnight parking allowed, attached trailers only. Lot is open and not secured at night. (State OFB & Town Ramp)

6. WAQUOIT BAY LANDING: (East Falmouth) East Falmouth Highway (Route 28) toward Mashpee. Pass Edwards Boatyard on your right, take next right onto Waquoit Landing Rd. Follow the bend, continue left on Waquoit Landing Road. Take next left after Yacht Club onto Town Landing Rd. Ramp is at the end of the road. There is no parking either side to Town Landing Rd. Cars must park in lot; when lot is full, park at White’s Landing. Permit parking only 2:00 am to 4:00 am. (State OFB & Town Ramp)

7. MEGANSETT HARBOR LANDING: (North Falmouth) Take Route 151 North Falmouth exit off Route 28. At the bottom of the ramp head toward North Falmouth. At the traffic lights continue straight onto County Road. At the red flashing light continue straight. At the three-way intersection (after the ball field) continue straight. Boat ramp will be at the end of the road in between the dock and the beach parking lot. No parking on County Rd, No parking between 2:00 am and 4:00 am. No trailer parking Memorial Day to Labor Day. (State OFB & Town Ramp)

8. WEST FALMOUTH HARBOR LANDING: (West Falmouth) Take Brick Kiln Rd exit off Route 28. At the bottom of the exit ramp head toward West Falmouth. Take a right at the flashing yellow light onto West Falmouth Highway (Route 28A). Take your 2nd left onto Old Dock Road (across from the West Falmouth Market). Go over railroad tracks and ramp is on your right after Nashawena St. Limited dock parking, daytime parking in a dirt lot on the east side of the railroad tracks on Old Dock Road. No unattached trailers. No trailer parking at the ramp or on the town dock. (Town Ramp)
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Old 06-11-2010, 11:23 AM
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Get there early because parking is limited and they fill up fast.
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Old 06-11-2010, 11:37 AM
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Get there early

Any perticular one you were speaking of? Or all of them??

Thanks for all your replys...
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