Boat Launch Sites for Livingston County
DEC manages over 395 boating and fishing access facilities. We do our best to keep these sites clean and safe, but if you see something that is out of order or have a question or concern about a particular site, send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: Use the following definitions to help you determine if a particular site will accommodate your boat.
- Hard surface or concrete ramp--site affords float-off and float-on launching for most trailered boats.
- Beach launch--no float-off or float-on trailered boat capability. Sites will accommodate the approach to the water's edge of small and light trailered boats. Boat may then be pushed on or off trailer. Usually shallow areas.
- Hand launch--no trailer capacity. Boats must be hand carried to the water.
- Car top launch--For canoe/kayak launching. Limited parking available.
|Water||Town||Location||Type||Parking||Invasive Species Present*||Comments||Agency|
|Conesus Inlet||Wildlife management area. At south end of Conesus Lake, off Route 256.||Hand launch||40 cars||Eurasian Watermilfoil, Curly-leaf Pondweed, Zebra Mussel
|Conesus Lake||Livonia||From Route 390, Exit 8, 3 miles east on Route 20A, 4 miles south on East Lake Road.||Concrete ramp||45 cars and trailers plus 25 cars||Eurasian Watermilfoil, Curly-leaf Pondweed, Zebra Mussel
|Conesus Lake||Pebble Beach||On Pebble Beach Road, 1/4 mile south of Route 20A in Hamlet of Lakeville.||Hand launch||120 cars||Eurasian Watermilfoil, Curly-leaf Pondweed, Zebra Mussel
|Conesus Lake||Sand Point||On Route 20A in Hamlet of Lakeville.||Hand launch||50 cars||Eurasian Watermilfoil, Curly-leaf Pondweed, Zebra Mussel
|Genesee River||Avon||On Routes 5 & 20 in village of Avon.||Hand launch||6 cars||Zebra Mussel
|Hemlock Lake||Livonia||Northeast corner of lake off East Lake Road.||Hard surface ramp||Parallel parking on shoulder of East Lake Road.||Eurasian Watermilfoil, Zebra Mussel
||Mechanically propelled vessels must be less than 17 feet in length, any motors 10 HP or less. Non-mechanically propelled vessels must be less than 24 feet in length.||DEC|
*Confirmed invasive species present. Other invasive species may also be present.