The Ben Blackledge Public Boat Ramp Under Highway 146, Bridge Kemah Side , Kemah Boat Launching Ramp Under the Kemah Bridge Kemah Side .
Pick a loaner Jacket up at Kemah Public Boat Ramp the Kiosk at the upper left was provided by many including the Galveston Bay Power Squadron
Launch Your Boat Not Your Trash - Keep The Bay Clean - Please Put Trash in Cans
The Little Skipper Says:"Welcome to Kemah's Public Boat Ramp Click BOATING for more are marine information.
fishmarket should not smell like its merchandise. On the Kemah
waterfront, near Houston, there is a whole street of fishmarkets. It's
THE place to go for cheap seafood, since the boats the product comes
from dock right outside. Most of the markets are reasonably clean and
free of stench, but the last time I was there one of them was filled
with a cloud of smell that would curdle the nosehairs. The parking lot
was nearly empty. Savvy consumers, those Kemah folk."
J. Scott Wilson,