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Atlantic City Boat Ramp

Parent Category: Seattle
Created: 26 September 2014
9030 Seward Park Ave S
Seattle, WA 98118
Hours: 24 Hours
Acreage: 6.39

Photo from King County, Seattle, Atlantic City Boat RampPictures below will take you to on a virtual tour to the beautiful park! Enjoy the views!

Park Features:

  • Boat Launch
  • Waterfront

Photo from King County, Seattle, Atlantic City Boat Ramp

Atlantic City Boat Ramp is a wonderful launching site for power boats in Seattle.  It is situated south of Beer Sheva Park in the Rainier Beach Area. Atlantic City is an impressive ramp with nice docks. It can accommodate six launches or pick-ups at a time. Remember that the speed limit in the cove is 3 knots. There is a new informational sign in the ramp that provides all the needed information about the rules, laws, general boating information, etc.

Many different species of waterfowl, birds and wetland animals consider this place to be home, that’s why be attentive and careful to the nature here.

Photo from King County, Seattle, Atlantic City Boat Ramp

This ramp received its’ name after the New Jersey city in 1905.


From I-5:

Take the Albro Swift exit and continue going south. The road will turn east and become Othello. Continue going east on South Othello and turn right on Martin Luther King Way. Continue going to South Henderson. Turn left on South Henderson and continue till the intersection with Seward Park Avenue. Atlantic City Boat Ramp will be to the right.

These pictures were taken on September 20, 2014

In order to get the directions click on the link below:

Photo: Roman Khomlyak

Photo Editing: Alex Mandryko

Information: Marina Petrova

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