T.K. Stokes ramp is a well used ramp on the Ribault River not far from Harborview Ramp . The ramp is in good condition and can handle most trailerable boats, however this portion of the river is not suitable for deeper draft vessels.
Bert Maxwell ramp is a well used ramp for local fishermen and provides the best direct access to the lower Trout River. The ramp was improved in 1993 with new bulkheads, however the entrance channel has silted in considerably and is difficult for larger boats at low tide. There is a large parking area but, because of this ramp's popularity, the lot is often full on weekends.
Arlington Lions Club ramp is located in a recreational area with many amenities including picnic areas and nature trails. The ramp is in good condition, and is an excellent alternative to Arlington Road Ramp (7). Loading and unloading of boats can be challenging during times of peak current flow. Some shoaling has occurred in the ramp area and adjacent to the docks. Parking is adequate for similar ramps of this size.
Lonnie Wurn ramp is a new facility located in Mill Cove in the St. Johns River. This single lane ramp provides access to the northern portions of the river and Mill Cove. The ramp is part of a recreational park that also has a fishing pier and playground. The level of usage at the ramp is influenced by tides, and is very shallow at lower tides. The entrance channel is reportedly shallow as well.