HomeParks & RecreationFacility PUNTA RASSA BOAT RAMP Page Settings Show Sub Menu Print RSS Feedback Share & Bookmark Email Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ Reddit Font Size: Larger Smaller ../images/detail_photos/puntarassa.jpgPUNTA RASSA BOAT RAMP Address 15001 Punta Rassa Road Fort Myers, FL 33908 Google Map/Directions Contact Information Paul Yaccobelli 239-229-1610 firstname.lastname@example.org Facility Staff Events Events Calendar Hours 24 hours, seven days a week. Information Parking Fees: 24 hr - $10 48 hr - $20 72 hr - $30 *Lee County Annual Parking Stickers are accepted at this location. This facility features two double ramps (with a short wooden dock in between) and long wooden docks on either side. There is plenty of room for staging. It also has a fish cleaning station, restrooms, and several vehicle / trailer combination parking spaces along with several single vehicle parking spaces for those that want to join their boating friends. View Punta Rassa Boat Ramp.Notice: A Saltwater Fishing License is required to saltwater fish from shore. There is no fee for Florida residents. History In May of 1975 the Frizzell & Kontinos families donated 1.5 acres to Lee County under the provision that it be developed in to a boat ramp and remain for public use. Shortly after the donation was official, work began and the boat ramp was completed in about one year. The newly constructed ramp featured two dual ramps. This allows for the launching or retrieval of four vessels at a time, separated by a short wooden dock and short wooden docks on either side for the purpose of securing vessels while in the process of unloading and loading. Amenities include paved parking and restroom facilities. The construction funded by Boater Registration Fees. In the mid-eighties, the restrooms were destroyed by fire set by vandals and shortly there after rebuilt. That is the structure that services it to this day. This structure was replaced with an upgraded, more user friendly building. This new building meets the current guidelines for the American Disabilities Act (ADA) and has two unisex style bathrooms incorporated into one structure. 2001 brought some needed upgrades to the facility. These were in the form of winged extensions on the two wooden end docks to relieve the congestion experienced on busy days due to a growing number of boat users. It was also dredged and had large concrete mats laid to extend the ramps, to allow the launching and retrieval of larger boats and trailers and to reduce the amount of prop wash caused by the boats as they load and unload. 2007 brought some additional changes due to the replacement of the Sanibel Bridge and re-configuration of the LeeWay toll facility. These consisted of additional parking spaces, a new restroom facility and a new fish cleaning station and approximately .5 acres of land.