Lake Huntley Boat Ramp – Anderson Street

Highlands County Partner Agency Ownership/Access Government Owned for General Public Use
Latitude 27° 16.4538’ Longitude 81° 20.4024’

Region
Southwest

Water Type
Freshwater

Ramp Construction
Poured in Place Concrete

Ramp Condition
Good to Excellent

Ramp Capacity
Single Lane 1

Parking
Vehicle with Trailer 6
Vehicle Only 0
Handicap with Trailer 0
Handicap Vehicle Only 0

Parking Surface
Asphalt – Parking is Along Shoulder of Road

Parking Condition
Good

Dock
Yes

Picnic Facilities

Specializing in largemouth bass, bluegill. Shellcracker and black crappie have also been caught.

Flow-through Lake Huntley (680 ac), east of the Town of Lake Placid in Highlands County, connects via canals with Lake Clay to the north (outflow) and Lake Grassy to the south (inflow). Land use within 500 m of the lake is primarily urban/residential (36%) and grove (36%), and roughly 23% remains in a natural state. The southern end is marshy, western lakefront is largely residential; and the eastern side has a trailer park but is otherwise mostly undeveloped. Groves are situated to the north and west.

Boat ramp, parking (car/truck), parking (boat/trailer), picnic area, power boats allowed, swimming area, pier, and shore fishing access.

Coordinates
27.2838, -81.3424

Depth (Average)
6.5 Feet

Depth (Maximum)
17 Feet

Distance
680 Acres

  • Handicap Accessible

250 Anderson St, Lake Placid, FL 33852, USA

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