United States Utah

Cedar Springs Boating Ramp

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Cedar Springs Boating Ramp is located in northeastern Utah, specifically in the Ashley National Forest in Uintah County. It is a concrete boat ramp that provides access to Flaming Gorge Reservoir, which is a popular destination for recreational boating, fishing, and camping.

According to the latest information available, Cedar Springs Boating Ramp is approximately 12 feet wide and can accommodate boats up to 30 feet in length. The ramp has a gentle slope and is suitable for launching and retrieving a variety of watercraft, including fishing boats, pontoon boats, kayaks, and jet skis.

Flaming Gorge Reservoir is a large body of water that covers over 42,000 acres and has a maximum depth of 400 feet. The reservoir is known for its clear blue waters and abundant fish populations, including kokanee salmon, rainbow trout, and smallmouth bass.

Visitors to Cedar Springs Boating Ramp and Flaming Gorge Reservoir should be aware of the local regulations and guidelines for watercraft use, including speed limits, safety equipment requirements, and fishing licenses. It's always a good idea to check for the latest information and updates before heading out to enjoy this beautiful area. Get driving directions.
CEDAR SPRINGS BOATING RAMP

STREAMFLOW LEVELS
Streamgauge Streamflow
Uinta River At Randlett
USGS 09301500
34 cfs
Duchesne R Ab Uinta R Near Randlett
USGS 09295100
194 cfs
Ashley Creek Near Vernal
USGS 09266500
21 cfs
Henrys Fork Near Manila
USGS 09229500
127 cfs
Duchesne River At Myton
USGS 09295000
216 cfs
Duchesne River Near Randlett
USGS 09302000
252 cfs
White River Near Watson
USGS 09306500
544 cfs