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Boat Ramps

The Corps of Engineers manages seven boat ramps on Milford Lake.  Below is a list of all ramps on the lake with approximate elevations.

These elevations are not exact but close enough to assist boaters in launching during high or low water conditions. Please be aware that naturally occurring debris such as rocks, limbs, etc. may gather at the end of ramps and may hinder launching operations. Prop wash, undercutting and settlement may also create voids at the end of the concrete ramp or uneven concrete slab transitions on the ramp itself. During abnormal lake elevations please use extreme caution.

Multipurpose Pool Elevation: 1144.40 msl
Flood Pool Elevation: 1176.20 msl
Recorded High Lake Elevation: July 25, 1993 1182.02 msl
Recorded Low Lake Elevation: January 13, 2003 1136.88 msl

 

Boat Ramp

Maneuver Zone

Top of Ramp

Bottom of Ramp

West Rolling Hills

1155.00

1148.50

1127.00

School Creek

1154.00

1148.50

1127.00

**Timber Creek

1152.95

1148.50

1131.00

Clay County Park

1150.00

1148.50

1137.00

Milford

1151.00

1148.50

1127.00

Curtis Creek (Campground)

1153.00

1148.50

1127.00

Curtis Creek (Public)

1154.00

1148.50

1139.07

Farnum Creek

1156.00

1148.50

1127.00

Milford State Park – South Ramp

1158.00

1148.50

1127.00

* Milford State Park - Marina

1158.00

1148.50

1115.00

*East Rolling Hills

1155.00

1148.50

1115.00

Thunderbird (North Ramp)

1159.00

1148.50

1127.00

*These two ramps are the longest and should remain viable under low lake conditions.

** Timber Creek ramp is not usable under most lake elevations.