List of N.C. boat ramps that are currently closed

NC boat ramps
Numerous NC boat ramps are closed for various reasons.

NC boat ramps currently closed as of June 15

Boating Access Area County Body of Water Date Ranges Closed Reason for Closure
All restroom facilities Statewide Statewide Until Further Notice All restroom facilities are temporarily closed in response to COVID-19. Most BAAs remain open except those listed below.
Cedar Cliff Jackson Cedar Cliff Lake 9/2019 – 9/2020 Drawdown and dam maintenance by Duke Energy. For more information, see Water Access Alerts on https://www.duke-energy.com/community/lakes
Gaston Northampton Roanoke River 5/30/2020 – Until Further Notice High water level
Great Lake Craven Great Lake Until Further Notice Hurricane damage
Lake Adger Polk Lake Adger Until Further Notice Area remains open but boaters should exercise caution navigating the channel due to low water level for dam maintenance.
Pollocksville Jones Trent River 1/27/2020 – Until Further Notice Renovation
Rhodes Pond BAA & PFA Cumberland Rhodes Pond Until Further Notice Dam renovation
Rockingham Richmond Pee Dee River 5/26/2020 – Until Further Notice Damaged dock
Straits Landing Carteret North River 3/5/2020 – Until Further Notice Intermittent closures and limited parking due to DOT bridge construction work.
Tory Hole Bladen Cape Fear River 2/18/2020 – Until Further Notice Flooding damage
Watermill Glen Alpine Road Boat Access Burke Catawba River Until Further Notice Closed by Burke County.

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