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About Port Ramp Marina

Port Ramp Marina is a boat slip rental facility located just 10 miles from Ogden, Utah, on the west side of Pineview Reservoir in scenic Ogden Valley. The marina is the most used launching facility at Pineview, which is the busiest reservoir in the state. Natural Features: Pineview Reservoir lies on the backside of the Wasatch Front. Ogden Valley is comprised of patchwork farmland surrounded by beautiful peaks. Recreation: Boating, fishing, swimming and water skiing are popular activities on Pineview Reservoir. Facilities: The marina rents boat slips for the entire season, from mid-May through September. The facility has a concrete boat ramp and a large paved parking lot with a designated area for slip holders. An adjacent gravel lot is used for overflow parking and dry storage. Dry storage can be purchased for a day, month or season. A public dock is on-site. A dump station and vault toilets are located in the paved parking lot. Nearby Attractions: Anderson Cove Campground is located 5 miles away on the south shore of Pineview Reservoir. It offers both family and group campsites and a swimming beach.

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Port Ramp Marina is located in Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest in Utah
41.2686 N
-111.8222 W
Get Directions
From I-15, take the Ogden 12th Street exit and travel east on 12th Street to Highway 39 through Ogden Canyon. At the top of the canyon, turn left on Highway 158 which crosses the dam. Travel on Highway 158, past Radford Lane. Port is on the right and is marked with a Forest Service sign.
2 Reviews of Port Ramp Marina
Much Prettier in the Winter!

This is a fantastic spot to go in the winter. Not only is it more beautiful (IMO) in the winter, but it gets loads of snow for snow sports, and it is right next to Powder Mountain and Snow Basin! Huntsville, which is a ten minute drive away also has an awesome field that they turn into a skating rink, which is really fun for ice hockey and normal ice skating. Great centralized location. The lake will freeze over enough to walk on or fish on. There were plenty of people ice fishing when we went.

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Go in the Late Summer / Fall If You Want A Beach

Beautiful lake, nice beaches, but only if you go in the late summer or fall. Spring runoff makes this lake rise significantly, which completely submerged the beach we were playing on (just North of Port Ramp Marina). If you hit the season right, it won't be too busy and you'll have very long extended beaches to play on!