United States Michigan

Lake Erie, Sterling State Park, Monroe County

The boat ramp named Lake Erie at Sterling State Park in Monroe County, Michigan is a concrete ramp that provides easy access to Lake Erie. The ramp is approximately 20 feet wide and is suitable for most types of watercraft, including power boats, sailboats, and jet skis. The ramp has a gentle slope, making it easy to launch and retrieve boats of all sizes.

Lake Erie is the body of water that this boat ramp services. It is one of the five Great Lakes of North America and is shared by the United States and Canada. Lake Erie is the fourth-largest of the Great Lakes in surface area and the smallest by volume. It is a popular destination for boaters and fishermen, offering a wide variety of fish species such as walleye, yellow perch, and smallmouth bass.

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR) manages the Sterling State Park and Lake Erie boat ramp. According to the latest information from the DNR website, the ramp is open year-round, weather permitting. All types of watercraft are permitted on Lake Erie, but boaters must comply with all state and federal boating regulations, including the use of personal flotation devices and boat registration requirements. Get driving directions.
LAKE ERIE, STERLING STATE PARK, MONROE COUNTY

STREAMFLOW LEVELS
Streamgauge Streamflow
Mill Creek Near Dexter
USGS 04173500
251 cfs
Whetstone Creek At Mt Gilead Oh
USGS 03223425
99 cfs
Huron River At Ann Arbor
USGS 04174500
1,070 cfs
Ecorse River At Dearborn Heights
USGS 04168580
14 cfs
Lower River Rouge At Inkster
USGS 04168000
132 cfs
Malletts Creek At Ann Arbor
USGS 04174518
29 cfs
Scioto River At Larue Oh
USGS 03217500
1,010 cfs

Nearby Camping
Location Campsites Reservations Toilets Showers Elevation
Sterling State Park 250 579 ft
Wolverine 190 767 ft
Metamora - Hadley Rec Area 215 934 ft
Ortonville State Rec Area 25 1,073 ft