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This page contains some of the boat launches on Lake Winnebago. Winnebago Fishing will not be held responsible for any wrong information. This is just a guide for your information. If there is one missing, please drop me an E-mail, and let us know about it.

LAKE ACCESS CLASSIFICATIONS:
TYPE I: Direct access to water, boat ramp with parking.
TYPE II: Direct access to water, boat ramp with limited or no parking
TYPE III: Unimproved or difficult access;any type of road within 200' of shore, but no ramp. Often used for ice access.

MENASHA:
Jefferson Park-Public ( Type I )  On the northwest side of the lake in the city of Menasha; from Highway 114 (Plank Road), take 3rd Street east to Jefferson Park. A five-lane concrete ramp, loading piers and a large parking area are available. Restrooms, picnic areas and swimming beach are also present. City launching permits are required.
 
NEENAH:
Doty Park-Public ( Type I )  On the northwest side of the lake on Doty Island; from Highway 114, take Nicolet Boulevard east four blocks to Fifth Street. Proceed south to the end of the road at Doty Park. There is a concrete ramp, loading pier, and parking for 10 rigs. A city launching permit is required.
Shattuck Park-Public ( Type II )  On the northwest side of the lake in the city of Neenah; this site is just south of the Highway 114 (Winneconne Avenue) bridge in Shattuck Park. A steep concrete ramp is provided, and unmetered parking is available three blocks east on Wisconsin Avenue. A city boat launching permit is required.
 
OSHKOSH:
Winnebago County Boat Landing-Public ( Type I ) On the west side of the lake, just north of Indian Point; from Highway A, proceed east on Grundman Lane for about 1/2 mile to the landing. There is a four-lane concrete ramp, loading piers and large parking area. Restrooms, picnic area, and shore fishing sites are also included.
Asylum Bay-Public ( Type I ) On the west side of the lake, at the mouth of South Asylum Bay; from Highway 45, take Snell Road east for about 1 mile to Sherman Road. Proceed south 0.6 miles to the access at the DNR station. A concrete ramp and roadside parking are available.
Doemel Point-Public ( Type II ) On the west side of the lake on Doemel Point; from Highway 45, take Murdock Avenue east to the lake. A shallow concrete ramp and roadside parking are available.
Millers Park-Public ( Type I ) On the west side of the lake in the city of Oshkosh; from Highway 45, take Menominee Drive east to the city park. There are six concrete ramps, loading piers and a large blacktop parking area. Restrooms, phone, and a picnic area are also available.
Mill Street Boat Launch-Public ( Type I ) On the west side of the lake at the mouth of the Fox River; from Highway 175 (Main Street), take Ceape Avenue east for 4 blocks to Mill Street. Turn right for 3 blocks to this city facility. A two-lane concrete ramp, loading pier and parking for 5 rigs are provided. Additional parking is available on the street.
Rainbow Park-Public ( Type I ) On the west side of the Fox River in the city of Oshkosh; take Highway 21 east off Highway 41 to Rainbow Drive. Turn north into the park and follow the signs to the landing. This quality facility has eight concrete ramps, four landing piers and a large parking area. A fishing pier, restrooms, playground and a pavilion are also included.
William Steiger Park-Public ( Type I ) On the south side of the Fox River; take Witzel Avenue east off highway 41 to Campbell Street. Turn north a short distance to the access road next to the Fox Valley Technical College parking lot. A two-lane concrete ramp, loading pier, fishing piers and large parking area are provided.
Fugleburg Ramp-Public ( Type I ) On the west side of the lake, south of the Fox River;take Main Street south of the Fox River to Fugleburg Street. Turn east to the facility. A two-lane concrete ramp, pier, and breakwall are provided. The blacktop parking area holds up to 15 rigs.
24th Avenue Ramp-Public ( Type I ) On the west side of the lake, south of the Fox River;from Highway 45, take West 24th Avenue to Main Street. Turn right on Main Street and drive 0.1 mile to the landing on the left. A four-lane concrete ramp, loading pier, breakwall and large parking area are provided. Restrooms, drinking water and shore fishing are also found here.
 
BLACK WOLF:
Black Wolf Boat Landing-Public ( Type I ) On the west side of the lake, south of Black Wolf Point; this facility is adjacent to Highway 45. a four-lane concrete ramp,loading pier,breakwall and large parking lot are present. Restrooms,shore fishing and picnic area are also included. This site is open from 4am to 11 PM.
Little Point Landing-Public ( Type II ) On the west side of the lake. south of Little Point;from Highway 45, take County Line Road east 0.1 mile to the end of the road. A gravel ramp and roadside parking are provided. A full servicemarina and bait shop are near by.
 
FOND DU LAC:
Lakeside West Park-Public (Type I ) On the south end of the lake in Fond Du Lac; from Highway 45, take Litscher Memorial Drive northeast for 0.3 mile to the city-owned facility. There are 12 concrete ramps, loading piers and large blacktop parking area. Restrooms and picnic sites are nearby.
Lakeside Park-Public ( Type I ) At the south end of the lake, on the west side of Lakeside Park; from Highway 45/175, take Main Street north two blocks to Harbor View Road. Proceed east a short distance to the landing. A four-lane concrete ramp, loading piers and parking for 20 rigs are found.
Lakeside Park-Public ( Type I ) At the extreme south end of the lake in Lakeside Park;from Highway 175/45, take Mohawk Avenue north one block to Lakeside Park. Two concrete ramps, loading piers and large blacktop parking lot are available.
 
TAYCHEEDAH:
Fishermen's Road Boat Landing-Public ( Type I ) On the southeast side of the lake, about 5 miles north of the town of Peebles, near Taycheedah; from Highway 151, take Fishermen's Road west for 0.6 mile to the lake. There is a five-lane concrete ramp, loading piers,breakwall, restrooms and large parking areas. This facility is closed from 10 PM to 5 am.The Fishermen's road Fishing Club has established more parking, and are responsible for plowing the roads for the ice fishermen. This facility is owned by the town of Taycheedah.
 
PIPE:
Columbia Park-Public ( Type I ) On the east side of the lake in Calumet Harbor; follow Highway W for 0.8 mile west of Highway 151 to Columbia Park. A two-lane concrete ramp, loading pier and large parking area are provided. Picnic area, restrooms and camping facilities are nearby. The park is closed from 10 PM to 6 am.
Velvet Beach Landing-Public ( Type II ) On the east side of the lake; from the junction of Highway 151 and HH, turn west on unnamed road for 0.3 miles to the landing. There is a concrete ramp and limited roadside parking.
 
BROTHERTOWN:
Brothertown Harbor-Public ( Type I ) On the east side of the lake in Brothertown Harbor; from Highway 151, turn west on Harbor Road and proceed 0.8 mile to the lake. a two-lane concrete ramp and gravel parking area are found. This access is used primarily by ice fishermen.
Brothertown Harbor-Public ( Type I ) On the east side of the lake, 200 feet east of landing above. This sheltered harbor a three-lane concrete ramp, loading piers and gravel parking area. GAs, bait, tackle and mooring are also offered.
 
QUINNEY:
Quinney Boat Landing-Public ( Type I ) On the east side of the lake, just west of the town of Quinney;from Highway 55, take Quinney Road west for 0.7 mile to the lake. A two-lane concrete ramp, loading pier and parking for 3 rigs are found.
 
STOCKBRIDGE:
Stockbridge Harbor Landing-Public ( Type I ) on the east side of the lake, just west of the town of Stockbridge; from Highway 55, take Lake Street west for 1.6 miles to where it ends at Stockbridge Harbor. This town-owned facility provides six single-lane concrete ramps, loading piers and parking for 25 to 30 rigs. A fee is charged.
 
CALUMET:
Calumet County Boat Landing-Public ( Type I ) On the north east side of the lake; from Highway 55, take Highway EE west for 1.5 miles to Calumet County Park. Six concrete ramps, loading piers, mooring and large parking area are present. Picnic areas,campground, ski chalet, and nature center are also included.
 
HARRISON:
High Cliff State Park-Public ( Type I ) On the northeast side of the lake,within High Cliff State Park;from Highway 114 take State Park Road to the park entrance and follow the signs to the marina and the ramps. A four-lane concrete ramp, loading piers, breakwall and large parking area are present. Gas, telephone, restrooms, picnic area, campgrounds, hiking trails, swimming beach and store are nearby.