Blue Mesa Boat Ramps
When you go out on a guided trip with us our guides will let you know prior to your trip which of the different boat ramps that you will be meeting at. Because Blue Mesa is so long, and sometimes has spotty cellphone coverage, we’ve added Google maps to ensure that you can easily find any of the Blue Mesa boat ramps on our website prior to your trip. We’ve also added photos of each of the boat ramps and what you will see when you arrive. You can rest easy knowing exactly how to get to each of the Blue Mesa boat ramps and what they look like no matter what town you are coming from. So, download the map to your phone and head on out to the lake, our guides will be waiting at the dock for you!
The Iola boat ramp is located on Hwy 149 between Gunnison, CO and Lake City, CO on the South shore of the Iola Basin. The Iola boat ramp features pic-nick areas, a fish cleaning station, and clean bathrooms.
The Steven’s Creek boat ramp is located on Hwy 50 between Gunnison, CO and Montrose, CO on the North Shore of the Iola Basin. Steven’s Creek features a campground, fish cleaning station, and clean bathrooms.
The Elk Creek boat ramp is located on Hwy 50 between Gunnison, CO and Montrose, CO. The NPS Headquarters, Visitor Center, Elk Creek Marina, showers/bathrooms, and Pappy’s Restaurant are also located at the Elk Creek boat ramp.
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The Lake Fork boat ramp is located just off Hwy 50 between Gunnison, CO and Montrose, CO. The Lake Fork campground, Blue Mesa Dam, and the tiny town of Sapinero are both located around the Lake Fork Ramp.
Visit the National Park Service website for more information about Blue Mesa Reservoir and all of its amenities and features. To talk with one of our guides about a guided fishing trip, or to ask us any questions you may have, visit our Contact Us page.