United States Florida

Main Street New Port Richey

The Main Street New Port Richey Boat Ramp is located in Pasco County, Florida, and is owned and operated by the City of New Port Richey. It is a popular boat ramp that provides access to the Pithlachascotee River, also known as the Cotee River, which flows into the Gulf of Mexico.

According to the latest available information, the Main Street New Port Richey Boat Ramp is a double-wide, concrete ramp that is 25 feet wide. It has a parking lot that can accommodate approximately 40 vehicles with boat trailers. The ramp also has a dock for loading and unloading passengers and supplies.

This boat ramp is suitable for a wide range of watercraft, including powerboats, sailboats, kayaks, canoes, and paddleboards. However, the maximum boat size allowed on the ramp is 30 feet.

It is worth noting that the Main Street New Port Richey Boat Ramp may be subject to closures or restrictions due to weather, tide conditions, maintenance, or other factors. Therefore, it is recommended to check for any updates or notices before using the ramp. Get driving directions.
MAIN STREET NEW PORT RICHEY

STREAMFLOW LEVELS
Streamgauge Streamflow
Withlacoochee River Nr Holder
USGS 02313000
538 cfs
Withlacoochee River Nr Rutland
USGS 02312722
364 cfs
Saragassa Canal At Crystal River Fl
USGS 02310740
131 cfs
Withlacoochee River Nr Inverness
USGS 02312762
374 cfs
Withlacoochee R At Wysong Dam At Carlson
USGS 02312720
270 cfs
Little Jones Creek Near Rutland
USGS 02312675
61 cfs

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