Boat Ramps / Fishing Piers
Clermont Boat Ramp
140 East Ave., just east of Waterfront Park on the southern bank of Lake Minneola.
The boat ramp has four boat ramps and 102 trailer parking spots. There are restroom facilities located near the boat ramp. This new boat ramp is part of the City of Clermont's Downtown - Waterfront Master Plan, the South Lake Trial was rerouted around the boat ramp for safety.
Park Pass - Daily and Annual
Daily- Visitors pay $5 per day to park in the boat ramp parking lot, and can pay via credit card at the kiosks located on either side of the boat ramp. Please display the daily parking pass on the dashboard of your parked vehicle.
Annual - City of Clermont residents can purchase an annual pass for $35 plus tax from the Utility Billing office, located on the first floor of City Hall (685 W. Montrose St.) open during regular business hours Monday through Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Annual passes for Lake County residents, outside of city limits, can now purchase an annual pass at the Utility Billing office for $70 plus tax.
All annual passes are valid for the calendar year from January 1, 2022 - December 31, 2022. New passes will need to be purchased at the start of each calendar year. There are no prorated options available.
Parking - Vehicles without trailers are not allowed to park at the Clermont Boat Ramp. Only vehicles with trailers are permitted. Clermont Police are currently enforcing this rule, and signage is posted onsite. Vehicles without trailers have several options nearby parking lots. Thank you for understanding.
Boat Ramp Closures - The boat ramp is closed for a few large events that take place out of Waterfront Park. Those closures are approved by the Clermont City Council. There will be signage posted in advance, and the day of the closures. There will also be an announcement posted on city social media accounts.
Please note that closures are subject to change.
2022 Boat Ramp Closures
2023 Boat Ramp Closures
October 14, 15, & 16
Palatlakaha Board walk and fishing pier
Located on 12th Street (C.R. 561) in the southwest part of the city, it offers an 800-foot scenic boardwalk through the natural wetland area offering a unique look at out natural habitat.
Second, Fifth, and Eighth street piers
These three piers offer fishing, and sightseeing!
Second Street Pier- Located at the northern end of the 2nd Street at Waterfront Park
Fifth Street Pier-Located at the north end of 5th Street
Eighth Street Pier-Located at 8th and Osceola