United States Colorado

State Bridge Boat Ramp

The State Bridge Boat Ramp is a popular boat launch site located in Eagle County, Colorado. It is a concrete boat ramp that is approximately 60 feet wide, which makes it easy for boaters to launch and retrieve their watercraft. The ramp is situated on the Colorado River, which is a major waterway in the state and is known for its excellent fishing and recreational opportunities.

The State Bridge Boat Ramp is suitable for a variety of watercraft, including kayaks, canoes, rafts, and motorized boats. However, due to the rugged rapids and swift currents of the Colorado River, it is recommended that only experienced boaters attempt to navigate these waters. The river is also popular for whitewater rafting, and many companies offer guided rafting trips that depart from the State Bridge Boat Ramp.

According to the latest information available, the State Bridge Boat Ramp is open year-round, although access may be limited during the winter months due to snow and ice. Boaters should always check the latest river and weather conditions before launching their watercraft, and be sure to follow all safety guidelines and regulations to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience on the water. Get driving directions.
STATE BRIDGE BOAT RAMP

STREAMFLOW LEVELS
Streamgauge Streamflow
Taylor River At Almont
USGS 09110000
159 cfs
North Fork Fryingpan River Near Norrie
USGS 09078500
13 cfs
East River At Almont Co.
USGS 09112500
121 cfs
Wurtz Ditch Near Tenneessee Pass
USGS 09062500
-999 cfs
Fryingpan River Near Thomasville
USGS 09078600
23 cfs
Fryingpan River At Meredith
USGS 09080100
175 cfs
Ewing Ditch At Tennessee Pass
USGS 09062000
-999 cfs

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