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Old 11-09-2012, 12:00 PM
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Hey guys,

I'll be renting a place in Boca Grande for Thanksgiving week. I've searched around quite a bit and wanted to know what the best bet for on-island boat ramps are. I saw that Uncle Henry's has a ramp for $20 a day which beats taking the boat off island and having to repay the toll. Are there any other ramps that the public can use on-island? How about those ramps by the Pink Elephant or by the Marina on the back-side by the helicopter pad?

Any help would be appreciated!
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Old 11-09-2012, 02:57 PM
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Little Inn has their own ramp, at least they used to, we used when we stayed there last time but its been awhile.
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The Innlet witch is owned by the gasprilla inn has a ramp but its kind of pricey. The ramp by the pink is also owned by the inn but that is for only a few local guides on it island. Where are you staying on the island?
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You could launch at the county ramp just before the toll bridge for free, drive the boat over in the water, and then bring your truck & trailer over on the island.
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eldreds is right next to the pubic ramp and i heard has very good rates for keeping a boat in the water short term.i think its around 10 bucks a day for a 20 footer.i believe there is a ramp at the north end of island near the public pier but i dont know the name of the marina
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Old 11-12-2012, 08:19 AM
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The Innlet witch is owned by the gasprilla inn has a ramp but its kind of pricey. The ramp by the pink is also owned by the inn but that is for only a few local guides on it island. Where are you staying on the island?
Were renting a house on the southwest side (Boca Grande Shores). It does not have any sort of ramp access so I'm looking elsewhere on the island for that.
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Old 11-16-2012, 11:49 AM
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If you are a florida resident, you can also get a parking permit to leave your vehicle at that ramp for free if that could work out. Just leave your truck and trailer there the whole time. Not much need for a truck on Boca Grande since it isn't that big or much to do. http://www.charlottecountyfl.com/Com...gPermitApp.pdf Might be too short of notice but if you call and fax in the app, they have gotten it out to me pretty quickly before.
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