Seaford Boat Ramp

icons-boating icons-boatramp icons-parking

Directions: For directions, please visit this map.

Use: Large motor boats, canoes, and kayaks

Water: Tidal

Current: Strong.  Going against the current can make for a difficult paddle.

Depth: Deep.  The launch is located on the mainstem of the Nanticoke River.  The river is fairly wide at this location and windy conditions can make paddling difficult.

Parking: Yes: Large paved lot.

Restrooms: Seasonally

Fees: Motorboats must be registered in Delaware or have a valid ramp certificate (non-motor boats are exempt).

Managed by: Delaware Division of Fish and Wildlife

Accessible: Yes: Floating docks.

Boat Ramp or Pier: Four (4) boat ramps, one (1) fishing pier.

Picnic Area: No, but neighboring Riverview Park has a picnic area and picnic pavilion.

Swimming: No

Special Notes: Adjacent to this access site is Riverview Park, managed by the City of Seaford.

NRWT imageThis access site is also included in DNREC’s Nanticoke River Water Trail Interpretive Maps set, Map Segment 3.

Boat ramps and floating docks at the Seaford Boat Ramp

Seaford boat ramps and floating docks 

Fishing pier at the Seaford Boat Ramp

Fishing pier at the Seaford Boat Ramp

Picnic pavilion at Riverview Park

Picnic pavilion at Riverview Park