Parks & Recreation
Boat Ramps / Fishing Piers
Clermont Boat Ramp
A new Clermont Boat Ramp is currently under construction at the former Bell Ceramics site, just east of Waterfront Park. The original boat ramp, which is between the Clermont Boat House and Victory Pointe, will remain open until the completion of the new ramp; we anticipate completion by the end of 2019. The fees have been waived for the current ramp; City Council will determine if and what fees will be charged at the new boat ramp. Click here to learn more about our future boat ramp and to see the design, as well as to learn how it fits into the city’s award-winning Downtown-Waterfront Master Plan. Click here for directions to the current boat ramp via Google Maps.
The Clermont Boat Ramp is scheduled to close for events on the following days:
- July 20, 2019
- Aug. 17, 2019
- Oct. 19, 2019
We will update this list as additional closures are scheduled. Thanks for your understanding and patience during this time of transition.
Palatlakaha Boardwalk and Fishing Pier
Located on 12th Street (C.R. 561) in the southwest part of the city, it offers an 800-foot scenic boardwalk through the natural wetland area offering a unique look at our natural habitat.
Eighth Street Pier
Located at 8th and Osceola streets, it offers fishing, a picnic area and sightseeing.
Fifth Street Pier
Located at the north end of 5th Street, it offers fishing and sightseeing.
Second Street Fishing Pier
Located at the northern end of 2nd Street at Waterfront Park, it offers fishing and leisure relaxation.