Boat Access

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Depot Street Boat Ramp
The Depot Street Boat Ramp provides carry-in boating and fishing access to the Merrimack River. The boat ramp is also the site of Reeds Ferry, one of the two ferries that was active in Merrimack during the Colonial period. It was also the site of a Boston and Maine Railroad depot.

Directions to Depot Street Boat Ramp

Horseshoe Pond Boat Ramp
The Horseshoe Pond boat ramp, located on Island Drive, has trailer launched or carry-in boating. Horseshoe Pond is an ox-bow pond, created when the Merrimack River changed course and sediment buildup cut it off from the main channel of the river.

Directions to Horseshoe Pond Boat Ramp

Veterans Memorial Park Boat Ramp
This boat ramp, located at the main entrance to Veterans Memorial Park, has trailer launched or carry-in boating access to Naticook Lake. No person shall operate a motorboat at a speed exceeding 10 MPH on Naticook Lake in Merrimack.

Directions to Veterans Memorial Park Boat Ramp

Weston Park River Access
Riverbank carry-in boating access to the Souhegan River is available at Weston Park.

Directions to Weston Park River Access