Senator Wash Boat Ramp Day Use Area

Description:

Day use parking and boat ramp on a water storage reservoir near Imperial Dam in California. This site provides opportunities for picnics, swimming, fishing, boating, skiing, and wildlife viewing. Wildlife species include waterfowl, shore birds, coyotes, quail, and reptiles. The site also provides access by boat to camping areas at Senator Wash North Shore and Senator Wash South Shore. Use is limited to day use only, 6am to 10pm. There are no lifeguards at the swimming area. Other rules are posted or available from on-site host. The site does not have boat access to the Colorado River. A valid Arizona license is required for taking wildlife (including fish) in Arizona.

Directions:

Use Interstate 8 to Yuma, AZ. Take the 4th Avenue exit to Imperial County Road S-24. Go north approximately 22 miles to Senator Wash Road. Turn left and follow signs 4 miles to Senator Wash Boat Ramp, 3/4 mile east of Hwy 78.

Phone:

(928)317-3200

Email:

BLM_AZ_YFOWEB@blm.gov

Address:

Bureau of Land Management Yuma Field Office 2555 Gila Ridge Rd. Yuma, AZ 85365

Activities:

Boating Fishing Hiking Off Highway Vehicle Picnicking Recreational Vehicles Water Sports Wildlife Viewing

Organization:

BLM - Bureau of Land Management

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