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Boat ramps are plentiful in North of Boston/Salem/Cape Ann region of Massachusetts

Black Rock Creek

Off State Reservation Road Salisbury, MA Phone:

General access: Concrete boat ramp and parking for boat trailers. Fish species: Striped bass, bluefish, cod, flounder. Managed by state Department of Conservation and Recreation.

Beach Road, Route 1A Salisbury, MA, 01952 Phone: 508-462-4481

Fantastic, sandy ocean beach with all waterfront sports; popular for trailer camping

This very beautiful ocean beach covers four miles along the Atlantic. There are two boat ramps on the Merrimack River at the south end of the campground.
See full description of Salisbury Beach State Reservation.

Lynn Harbor

Lynnway Lynn, MA Phone:

General access: Concrete boat ramp and parking for boat trailers. Fish species: Striped bass, bluefish, cod, flounder. Managed by the Massachusetts Department of Conservation.

Horn Pond

Lake Avenue Woburn, 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, pickerel, black crappie. Managed by the City of Woburn.

Ipswich River

East Street Ipswich, MA Phone:

General access: Concrete boat ramp and parking for boat trailers. Fish species: Striped bass, bluefish, cod, flounder. Managed by the Town of Ipswich.

160 Pawtucket Blvd Lowell, MA Phone: 978-458-8750

Park describes the history of this industrial city; also boating, fishing, and walking along esplanade

This park includes a network of canals that powered the mills and a two-mile esplanade along the Merrimack River. The Rourke Brothers State Boat Ramp at Route 113 (Pawtucket Blvd.) is open seasonally to allow boating access to the Merrimack River. The parking area allows boat trailers and car-top parking. Use of ramp is free. The entrance to the boat ramp is across from Tyco Electronics, Inc. at 1011 Pawtucket Blvd. and is one-half mile west of the Rourke Bridge.

Annisquam River (Corliss Landing)

Off Apple Street Gloucester, 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: Striped bass, flounder. Managed by the City of Gloucester.

Merrimack River (Cashman Park)

Merrimack Street at Cashman Park Newburyport, MA Phone:

General access: Concrete boat ramp and parking for boat trailers. Fish species: Striped bass, bluefish, cod, flounder. Managed by the City of Newburyport.

Lynn Shore Drive Lynn, MA Phone: 781-485-2803

There is a boat launch onto Lynn Harbor at this large, two-pronged reservation on Nahant Bay. See full listing for Lynn Shores and Nahant Beach Reservation.