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Kings Island Boat Launch

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The Kings Island Boat Ramp is a concrete boat ramp located on the Connecticut River in Connecticut. It is situated at 49 Parsons Road, Enfield. The ramp is approximately 20 feet wide, making it suitable for small and medium-sized boats. This boat ramp provides access to the Connecticut River, a major waterway in the state that flows for over 400 miles and connects with several other rivers and water bodies, including Long Island Sound. The Kings Island boat ramp allows a wide range of watercraft to access the river, including motorboats, kayaks, canoes, and other non-motorized vessels. However, all boats must comply with Connecticut state boating laws and regulations, including registration, safety equipment, and operating rules. The ramp is open year-round and has 20 parking spaces. The access road is paved, and there are seasonal chemical toilets. The launch is jointly owned and operated by DEEP and Northeast Utilities.

This site is part of the Connecticut River Paddlers Trail, which includes campsites, access points, and portage trails along the river.

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Conn. DEEP
49 Parsons Road
Enfield, CT 06082