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Flannagan Reservoir - Facilities

Launch Ramps

There are five boat launch ramps at Flannagan Reservoir. Three of the ramps require a fee for launching (Junction, Lower Twin and Pound River). The other two ramps (Cranesnest and Spillway) do not require a launch fee.

Junction Ramp

Located near the confluence of the Pound and Cranesnest Rivers, off of Route 615. The Junction ramp is adjacent to the marina, and offers boat access year-round. There are universally accessible boat launch facilities to assist boaters with special needs. Restrooms are provided.

Lower Twin

Located near the Lower Twin Campground. The Lower Twin ramp offers access only when the reservoir is at summer pool elevation (1396 feet).

Pound River

Located near the Pound River Campground. This ramp offers access only when the reservoir is at summer pool elevation (1396 feet).

Cranesnest

Located on the Cranesnest River arm of the reservoir. This ramp offers boat access only when the reservoir is at summer pool elevation (1396 feet).

Spillway

Located near the dam, this ramp provides access to the lower end of the reservoir. This ramp offers boat access only when the reservoir is at summer pool elevation (1396 feet).

The Marina

The marina is located near the confluence of the Pound and Cranesnest River arms. The marina offers gasoline and oil, snack and drinks, live bait and fishing tackle. A pontoon boat is available for rental. The marina also provides up-to-date fishing reports. You can contact the Marina at (540) 835-8408.

Universally Accessible Fishing Piers

There are two universally accessible fishing piers: one is adjacent to the boat ramp in the Cranesnest River arm of the Lake and the new pier at the spillway lauch ramp area.

Campgrounds

Three campgrounds are available. The Lower Twin Campground and the Cranesnest Campground have a variety of amenities including electrical hookups. The Pound River Campground has restrooms and drinking water. Contact the Army Corps of Engineers at (276) 835-9544 for site reservations and fee schedules. You can also get more information about recreational facilities at Flannagan Reservoir by visiting the Army Corps of Engineers' Web site.