Arlingtons Lions Club Live Feed
The Arlington boat ramp in Jacksonville is open to the public. The Arlington Lion’s Club formed in 1949, and serves the community in areas such as youth recreation and help for the blind and visually impaired. Through the innovative efforts of local realtor Richard Denby Gatlin, the Club bought the property in 1975, and with the exception of five acres that it retained, leased the remainder to the City for use as a park. The City later purchased Arlington Lions Club Ramp in 1978, and with funding assistance from the state, developed the park in three phases between 1982 and 1989 (when the boat ramp opened). A children’s playground was added in 1990, and the City purchased the five-acre tract from the Lions Club in 1995. The wooded grounds provide abundant nature areas and scenic views, and a long boardwalk along the river links the property with the adjacent Blue Cypress Park. Additional features: Improved boat ramp, shifting shoals, strong current.
Always stay safe at Arlington Lions Club Ramp by checking wind and weather conditions. You can find this information on our home page or if you visit our resource page you can use more US Boat Ramp tools.
Us Boat Ramps always has your back when you are coming to the ramp. Arlington Lions Club Ramp live feed is great for boaters and boat goers to know before you go! We use proprietary technology that is city approved to make sure you are always getting 4k live video feeds of each ramp around Jacksonville. US Boat Ramps proudly has ten live feed locations in the Jacksonville area and a total of 23 cameras. If you have any questions or comments about the live feeds please feel free to reach out to us here.