Monroe County Boat Ramps

Boat ramp at Harry Harris Park LR W

Unincorporated Monroe County has eight boat ramps that are now available for the public to use. All are free to County residents. 


Sunset Point Park

  • 24 Sunset Rd, Key Largo, FL 33037
  • Mile Marker 95.2  --  25º02’59” N 80º29’21” W 
  • Sunset Point Park Boat Ramp provides access to the bayside and has one paved/concrete ramp surface. The ramp is intended for small boats only and will accommodate light to moderate use. The parking area is pea rock with six truck/trailer spaces, trash cans, and a picnic table.


Harry Harris Park

  • 50 Beach Rd, Tavernier, FL 33070
  • Mile Marker 92.5 -- 25º01’28” N 80º29’39” W  
  • Harry Harris Boat Ramp is a concrete double ramp separated by a finger pier which provides access to the Atlantic Ocean. The ramp is intended for small and large boats and is heavily used and parking is limited to twenty trailers. The park has pavilions, barbeque grills, picnic tables, a playground, and a protected beach and swimming area.


Koehn Avenue

  • Mile Marker 30.8 Bayside

Eden Pines

  • Mile Marker 30.8 Bayside


State Road 4A

  • Mile Marker 28.5 Bayside


Blimp Road

  • Mile Marker 21.2 Bayside


Geiger Boat

  • next door to Geiger Marina


Gulf View

  • Barcelona Avenue, Big Coppitt Key, FL 33040
  • Mile Marker 9.3 -- 24º36’06” N 81º40’00” W 
  • The Gulf View Boat Ramp is also commonly referred to as the Barcelona Boat Ramp and is at the north end of Barcelona Drive which has a one-lane concrete ramp currently in fair condition. The ramp is intended for small boats proving access to the Waltz Key Basin. There are up to five parking spaces in an adjacent gravel parking area. This facility currently has no dock.
  • Monroe County was awarded a Land and Water Conservation Fund Grant to repair the ramp and add a concrete dock. This ramp is closed from April 8, 2019 through the end of July 2019 for repairs.