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Boat ramps are plentiful in Central Massachusetts/Sturbridge region of Massachusetts

164 Cedar Street Hopkinton, MA, 01748 Phone: 508-435-4303

Located on a reservoir; activities include water sports, hiking, picnicking, skiing and snowmobiling. Boat ramp

Concrete boat ramp for non-motor boats only is available at this state reservoir. Reservoir is stocked with fish.
See full description of Hopkinton State Park.

Chicopee River

East Street Wilbraham, MA Phone:

Canoe access: Access to rivers most suitable for canoes and kayaks. Fish species: Trout, largemouth bass, northern pike, pickerel, black crappie. Managed by the state Department of Conservation and Recreation.

Eddy Pond

South Street Auburn, MA Phone:

Fisherman access: Small concrete ramp, concrete pad ramp system or gravel ramp designed for smaller boats and parking for boat trailers. Fish species: Largemouth bass, pickerel, black crappie. Managed by the Town of Auburn.

Red Bridge Road Wilbraham, MA Phone:

A steep, paved launch ramp wit parking area for about a dozen cars. Fish species: Largemouth bass, northern pike, white perch, pickerel, black crappie. Managed by the state Department of Conservation and Recreation.

7 Industrial Park Road West Sturbridge, MA Phone: 508-347-9316

Swimming, fishing, & picnicking next to reservoir. Boat ramps. Wheelchair access

Boating with motor and non-motor vessels is allowed on the East Brimfield Reservoir. Boat launches are on Route 20 – outside the park – and are managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
See full description of Streeter Point Recreation Area.

Alum Lake

Clark Road Sturbridge, MA Phone:

Fisherman access: Small concrete ramp, concrete pad ramp system or gravel ramp designed for smaller boats and parking for boat trailers. Fish species: Trout, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, pickerel. Managed by the Town of Sturbridge.

107 Wallum Lake Road Douglas, MA Phone: 508-476-7872

Popular state forest on lake with many activities: water sports; horseback riding; hiking trails

Activities at this popular state forest include water sports -- swimming, boating, paddling, fishing -- on Wallum Lake. There is a concrete boat ramp and parking for boat trailers. The ramp is strictly for boat access and cannot be used to enter the park after hours. The ramp is signed for boat trailers only and will be enforced. The state forest in Massachusetts also borders on Connecticut and Rhode Island.
See full description of Douglas State Forest.

Off Torrey Road Sutton, MA Phone:

General access: Concrete boat ramp and parking for boat trailers. Fish species: Largemouth bas, smallmouth bass, white perch, pickerel, black crappie. Managed by the Town of Sutton.

Quaboag Pond

Shore Road Brookfield, MA Phone:

General access: Concrete boat ramp and parking for boat trailers. Fish species: largemouth bass, northern pike, white perch, pickerel, black crappie. Managed by the Town of Brookfield.

Route 20 and East Brimfield Holland Road East Brimfield, MA Phone:

Boat ramps onto a lake and a pond at this very large outdoor recreation area managed by the Army Corps of Engineers. See full description of East Brimfield Lake / Holland Pond / Quinebaug River Recreation Area.

Indian Lake

Grove Street Worcester, MA Phone:

Fisherman access: Small concrete ramp, concrete pad ramp system or gravel ramp designed for smaller boats and parking for boat trailers. Fish species: largemouth bass, northern pike, white perch, black crappie. Managed by the City of Worcester.