Slope of route of travel (at its steepest incline):
Width of route of travel (at its narrowest point):
What is the distance from the parking area to the boat launch area?
(if no accessible parking, measure distance from middle of parking lot/area to launch area)
(check all that apply)
Natural surface Hard surface no pier Hard surface pier
(a gangway or slope that bridges the span between land and the pier)
If yes, how long is the gangway or ramp?
If yes, what is the width of the gangway or ramp connecting the land to the pier?
If yes, what is the depth of gangway or ramp landing?
If yes, describe the slope of the gangway or ramp:
If yes, describe the surface of gangway or ramp:
Describe the type of railing on the ramp:
(i.e. textured pathways, changes in color)
Describe the surface of the pier:
(wooden planks, smooth, few rises, mostly even surface, etc.)
What is the width of the pier at its narrowest point?
(60" minimum or, where there are obstacles, the route can narrow to 36" for no more than a 24" length on the pier)
(either a permanent mooring spot or space to temporarily tie off)
(lips at sides of piers, docks, or gangways with a maximum of 4" high and 2" wide)
Boating area has vehicle access ramp for loading/unloading (non-motorized boats only), and beach access for kayak, canoe, jon boat launch, and a EZ Launch System that is wheelchair accessible (See photos). Gangway begins with a short, steep slope of 8%, then flattens. There is a left turn (75") to get to the EZ Launch, and that slope is 4%.
Comments/additional information regarding boating area
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