Lake Sebring – Boat Ramp

Highlands County Partner Agency Ownership/Access Government Owned for General Public Use
Latitude 27° 31.4382’ Longitude 81° 29.424’


Water Type

Ramp Construction
Poured in Place Concrete

Ramp Condition
Good to Excellent

Ramp Capacity
Single Lane 1

Vehicle with Trailer 4
Vehicle Only 0
Handicap with Trailer 0
Handicap Vehicle Only 0

Parking Surface

Parking Condition


Lake Sebring is a natural freshwater lake located in Highlands County, Florida, and located north of Sebring, Florida, and Lake Jackson. The lake is somewhat oval shaped and has a 494-acre (2,000,000 m2) surface area. The lake is named for Sebring’s developer, George Sebring.

A public boat ramp, on the lake’s southeast, is just off Memorial Drive. Canals connect the lake to Little Lake Redwater, to the northeast, and to Lake Jackson, to the south. Canals indirectly connect a number of area lakes to Lake Sebring. Fishing is allowed. The lake has crappie and two types of catfish. No public swimming beaches are on Lake Sebring’s shore.

27.5286°N 81.4840°W

Maximum Length
1.14 Miles (1.83 km)

Maximum Width
0.97 Miles (1.56 km)

Surface Area
494 Acres (200 ha)

Maximum Depth
17 Feet (5 m)

Surface Elevation
105 Feet (32 m)

  • Freshwater Lake
  • Good to Excellent Ramp Conditions
  • Poured in Place Concrete

626 Memorial Dr, Sebring, FL 33870, USA

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