Cape Coral has several boat ramps available to the general public. Four of these ramps have access to the Gulf of Mexico. Fees are generally $10 a day and a Cape Coral annual resident decal is available for $50. More info can be found here: Cape Coral Boat Ramp and Launches
Located at: 1509 SW 7th Court, Cape Coral, Florida 33991
The BMX Boat Ramp is a fresh water ramp to access Lake Kennedy, Lake Alhambra and other bodies of fresh water. Lake Kennedy is the largest lake in Cape Coral and water skiing is allowed. This canal system is one of the largest in Cape Coral and a boater can traverse other canal systems for miles to fish, cruise and enjoy the water views.
Located at: 230 Burnt Store Road, Cape Coral, Florida 33991
The Burnt Store Boat Ramp is close to Pine Island Road just North of the Publix Shopping Plaza. This location will put you in the open waters at Matlacha within 15 to 20 minutes that lead to the Gulf of Mexico. In fact you will be boating right pass Miceli's Restaurant just before getting to Matlacha Pass, great place to dine.
Located at: 2600 SE 26th Place, Cape Coral, Florida 33904
The Horton Park & Boat Ramp is located at the end of Everest Parkway just south of Veterans Memorial Pkwy in the SE part of Cape Coral. There is a large park to enjoy river views of the Caloosahatchee River and the Veterans Memorial Bridge. This is a Gulf Access Boat Ramp.
Located at: 5815 Driftwood Pkwy, Cape Coral, Florida 33904
The Yacht Club Community Park & Boat Ramp is located at the extreme SE part of Cape Coral. There is a small park, Cape Coral's beach, the fishing pier and a Tiki Bar Restaurant overlooking the River Basin. This is where Cape Coral first started decades ago - The Yacht Club area and homes around are mixed construction. This is a Gulf Access Boat Ramp.
Located at: 2414 SE 15th Terrace, Cape Coral, Florida 33990
The Rosen Park Boat Ramp facility offers two 30 feet wide by 60 feet long boat ramps large enough to accommodate four average size boats and trailers at the same time. The location is very close to the Caloosahatchee River and is a little more than a mile north of the Veterans Memorial Pkwy Bridge (Midpoint Bridge). It is east of Del Prado Blvd and about a mile south of Viscaya Pkwy. More information can be found at: Rosen Park