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Is Bridgeport boat ramp considered private property ? 

I think I remember seeing a sign. I don't want to get in trouble.

Thanks

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There are ramps on each side of the bridge. I have used them both and you can too. One is the "local commuity " ramp with a donation box the other is for "Bridgeport resort" but everyone can use it.

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There are no private ramps on COE lakes.  There are however, private docks.  If you use the one on the south side don't get on the Bridgeport dock unless you want a good butt chewing.

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The south ramp or neighbor hood ramp is the better ramp than the north ramp, the private dock has a locked gate on it anyway and you have marked parking spots and have to back into the parking spot don't pull into the parking spot or you will here about it...lol

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1 hour ago, 43acres said:

We used to put in at a ramp on Schooner Creek for free. Last time I was there the sign said $5, if I remember correctly.

Kimberling City and it's owned by Kimberling City and they charge 5 bucks and if you put in at any of the parks like Big M Aunts Creek and so forth it's 5 bucks.

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7 hours ago, Dutch said:

There are no private ramps on COE lakes.  There are however, private docks.  If you use the one on the south side don't get on the Bridgeport dock unless you want a good butt chewing.

How do they charge a fee? 

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