United States Florida

Cocohatchee River Park

Cocohatchee River Park is a public boat ramp located in Collier County, Florida. It provides access to the Cocohatchee River, which flows into the Gulf of Mexico. The boat ramp is a concrete structure that has two lanes and is situated at the end of a long pier. It is approximately 30 feet wide and can accommodate a variety of boats, including powerboats, sailboats, and kayaks.

According to the Collier County Parks and Recreation website, the park provides access to the Gulf of Mexico for fishing, boating, and other recreational activities. The park also includes picnic areas, a playground, and a nature trail. The park is open daily from sunrise to sunset, and there is a $5 fee to use the boat ramp.

Overall, the Cocohatchee River Park boat ramp is a popular destination for boaters in southwest Florida, offering access to a scenic river that leads out to the Gulf of Mexico. The park is well-maintained and provides ample parking and other amenities for visitors. Get driving directions.

Streamgauge Streamflow
Lostmans River Below Second Bay
USGS 02290918
8,070 cfs
Spring Creek Headwater Near Bonita Springs
USGS 02291524
10 cfs
Chatham River Near The Watson Place
USGS 02290888
5,270 cfs
Barron River Nr Everglades
USGS 02291000
12 cfs
Tamiami Canal Outlets
USGS 02288800
1,290 cfs
Barron River Below Sr29-3 At Copeland
USGS 02291001
64 cfs
Imperial River Near Bonita Springs
USGS 02291500
51 cfs

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