United States Pennsylvania

Leaser Lake-(North Ramp)

The Leaser Lake (North Ramp) boat ramp is located in Pennsylvania, with coordinates of latitude 40.67818069 and longitude -75.83714294. This boat ramp is a concrete ramp that allows access to the Leaser Lake, which is a 117-acre reservoir located in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania.

The ramp is approximately 20 feet wide and is suitable for launching smaller watercraft such as kayaks, canoes, and small fishing boats. However, there are restrictions on the use of motorboats on the lake. According to the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission, only electric-powered boats and boats with a maximum horsepower of 10 are allowed on the lake.

Overall, the Leaser Lake (North Ramp) boat ramp provides a convenient access point for recreational activities such as fishing, boating, and kayaking in the Leaser Lake. It is important to note that regulations and restrictions may change, and it is recommended to check the latest information available before planning a trip to the area. Get driving directions.
LEASER LAKE-(NORTH RAMP)

STREAMFLOW LEVELS
Streamgauge Streamflow
Little Lehigh Creek Near Allentown
USGS 01451500
232 cfs
Maiden Creek Near Virginville
USGS 01470755
347 cfs
Schuylkill River At Berne
USGS 01470500
1,290 cfs
East Branch Perkiomen Creek Near Dublin
USGS 01472620
19 cfs
Swatara Creek Near Pine Grove
USGS 01572025
580 cfs
Swatara Creek At Ravine
USGS 01571820
19 cfs
Lorberry Creek Near Lorberry Junction
USGS 01571778
2 cfs

Nearby Camping
Location Campsites Reservations Toilets Showers Elevation
Hickory Run State Park Numerous 1,398 ft
Mauch Chunk Lake County Park Numerous 1,050 ft