Accessible by larger vessels with minor difficulty:
o Carney Island Recreation and Conservation Area (13275 SE 115th Ave., Ocklawaha).
o KP Hole Park (9435 SW 190th Ave. Road, Dunnellon).
o Moorhead Park (20740 NE 140th St., Fort McCoy).
o Moss Bluff - North and South (County Road 464C, Ocklawaha).
o Orange Springs Boat Ramp (14620 NE 245th St. Road, Orange Springs).
o Ray Wayside Park (9560 NE 28th Lane, Silver Springs).
Accessible by shallow draft vessels only:
o Eureka West Boat Ramp (County Road 316 at the Ocklawaha River, Eureka).
o Gores Landing (13750 NE 98th St., Fort McCoy).
o Hope Boat Ramp (16050 SE 115th Ave., Weirsdale).
Access to Orange Lake via Heagy Burry Boat Ramp (5040 NW 191st St. Place, Orange Lake) and to the Ocklawaha River via Eureka East Boat Ramp (County Road 316 at the Ocklawaha River, Eureka) is currently unavailable due to low water conditions.
Area lakes are also well below normal low water levels, including areas well away from shore. Boaters are encouraged to be vigilant while out on the water and carry the necessary safety gear at all times.
For more information, please contact Marion County Parks and Recreation at 352-671-8560 or visit the office at 111 SE 25th Ave., Ocala.
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