The Tarryall Road boat ramp is located in Park County, Colorado, and is primarily used for recreational boating. It is a concrete boat ramp that is approximately 12 feet wide and extends into the water to allow for easy launching and retrieval of watercraft.
The ramp provides access to the Tarryall Reservoir, a popular spot for fishing and boating in the area. The reservoir covers approximately 180 acres of water and has a maximum depth of 60 feet. The reservoir is stocked with trout, kokanee salmon, and other fish, making it a popular destination for anglers.
The boat ramp is suitable for a variety of watercraft, including motorized boats, kayaks, canoes, and paddleboards. However, there are restrictions on the use of motorized boats on the reservoir, and only boats with electric motors are allowed on the water.
According to the latest information available, there are no fees or permits required to use the Tarryall Road boat ramp, making it a convenient and accessible option for anyone looking to enjoy a day of boating or fishing on Tarryall Reservoir.
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