Located in southeast Cape Coral, with two boat ramps, Rosen Park offers boaters direct access to the Gulf of Mexico via the Caloosahatchee River. Each boat ramp is 30’ wide x 60’ long and has 57 boat trailer parking spots plus 31 vehicle parking spaces available.
Rosen Park also has 19 wet boat slips available for annual and transient rentals and is equipped to handle vessels up to 40 feet in length.
Located within the Yacht Club Community Park in south Cape Coral and only 5.5 statute miles from the Sanibel Causeway Bridge, the Yacht Club Boat Ramp provides boaters access to the Gulf of Mexico via the Caloosahatchee River.
Parking Fees: There is a $10 per day boat trailer parking fee payable at the envelope/vault station to the right of the ramp. Cape Coral Residents may obtain an annual parking decal for $50. Decals are available for purchase at the Parks & Recreation counter at City Hall, Harbormasters’ Office, Rotino Senior Center and the Yacht Club.
Located at the end of Everest Parkway in Cape Coral, Horton Park & Boat Ramp sits on five acres is a salt water boat launch facility that gives boaters direct access to the Gulf of Mexico via the Caloosahatchee River. The park also offers visitors a great view of the Caloosahatchee River and all it has to offer. There is also a walking path and a picnic shelter available for available for private party and event rentals.
Located in the Strausser BMX Sports Complex, the BMX Boat Ramp provides boaters access to Cape Coral’s extensive fresh water canal system south of Pine Island Road, included in the canal system are several lakes including Alhambra Lake, Lake Kennedy, Saratoga Lake, Shamrock Lake, Killerney Lake to the Northeast and Weatherly Lake to the South.
Renovations done in 2008-2009 have added several new features to the boat ramp including; a double boat launching ramp, new landscaping, paved parking, a dock area, and restrooms.