tunaman wrote: »
Am I looking at this wrong/ it looks like a long ways to trailer parking, especially overflow. As of now, theres no place to tie up the boat while going after trailer except in the way at the ramp. I know the ideal thing is someone idle in the river while you go after the trailer but some, I for one, do not always have someone with me to run boat or go after the trailer. Last time I was there I had to tie up at the ramp while I went after trailer, thought I was gonna get killed!! The concept looks worse in the future. Looks like parking has been moved farther away from the dock to make room for a bait shop. I bet if you're in overflow parking it takes 10 mins to wqlk to trailer, drive it to the ramp. If its busy there will be about 10 boats piled up waiting to launch or come out. I know waterfront is prime but there has to be some allowance for the ramp and parking. Just my observation.
Cuda23 wrote: »
It would be nice if the ramp was more East (less idling) and had nothing to do with the tourist section.