• Boat Access

East Boat Ramp - Carol Morrison Public Launch, Big Bear Lake: For tourists and fishing enthusiasts interested in boating and watercraft activities, Big Bear Lake has excellent, well-maintained public launch ramps, operated by the Municipal Water District. .

Lake use permits are required for all boats on Big Bear Lake. Permit must be displayed on boat and is non-transferable.   

This is a great place to picnic - there are shade trees, picnic tables, fishing dock and a beach.

East Ramp

Carol Morrison Public Launch

41911 North Shore Drive (1/4 mile west of Stanfield)


PLEASE NOTE: If your boat has been in infested waters, it could be carrying invasive mussels. Zebra and Quagga Mussels attach to boats and aquatic plants carried by boats. You could unintentionally transport microscopic larvae in water held in your live well, bilge, or bait bucket. Please take precautions to help reduce the chance that these mussels will spread to uninfested areas. Zebra and Quagga Mussels are invasive species from the Black and Caspian Sea Drainages in Eurasia.

Zebra / Quagga mussels in California waters could result in an environmental and economic disaster. They can cause a shift in native species and disrupt the ecological balance of entire bodies of water. The mussels clog water pipes, coat piers, and ruin boat motors.


Sunday thru
Thursday 6AM to 6PM
Friday and
Saturday 6AM to 7PM

Location & Directions

41951 North Shore Dr Big Bear Lake, CA 92315

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(909) 866-5200