Newburgh Launch Ramp

Newburgh, New York

This area is heavily used for boating, kayaking and jet skiis, with team rowing and fishing in the vicinity. Next to the ramp is a combined sewer overflow (CSO) and a few hundred yards south is a sewage treatment plant outfall.

Hudson Riverkeeper has sampled at this location since 2008 from May through October. Monthly testing is not frequent enough to make a safe swimming determination. Riverkeeper is advocating for high frequency testing and data reporting along the Hudson River wherever the public swims, boats and fishes. To see historic data at this location go to www.riverkeeper.org or directly to http://bit.ly/M8XVhN

Water Quality
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  • Special Status
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Current Weather
-1°C
Mostly clear
Monitoring Frequency

Newburgh Launch Ramp is sampled monthly from May 1st from October 31st.

Source Information

Since 2008, Hudson Riverkeeper has sampled many locations along the Hudson River from May through October. Monthly testing is not frequent enough to make a safe swimming determination. Riverkeeper is advocating for high frequency testing and data reporting along the Hudson River wherever the public swims, boats and fishes. To see historic data for all locations, go to http://www.riverkeeper.org/water-quality/locations/

Water Quality Graph

Newburgh Launch Ramp

Newburgh, New York

Water Quality
  • No data available
  • Special Status
  • This means the affiliate organization managing a beach has set the beach status based on special local knowledge or information. Check the beach description and the Sources section for details.
For water quality icon legend, click:  
Current Weather
-1°C
Mostly clear

This area is heavily used for boating, kayaking and jet skiis, with team rowing and fishing in the vicinity. Next to the ramp is a combined sewer overflow (CSO) and a few hundred yards south is a sewage treatment plant outfall.

Hudson Riverkeeper has sampled at this location since 2008 from May through October. Monthly testing is not frequent enough to make a safe swimming determination. Riverkeeper is advocating for high frequency testing and data reporting along the Hudson River wherever the public swims, boats and fishes. To see historic data at this location go to www.riverkeeper.org or directly to http://bit.ly/M8XVhN

Monitoring Frequency

Newburgh Launch Ramp is sampled monthly from May 1st from October 31st.

Source Information

Since 2008, Hudson Riverkeeper has sampled many locations along the Hudson River from May through October. Monthly testing is not frequent enough to make a safe swimming determination. Riverkeeper is advocating for high frequency testing and data reporting along the Hudson River wherever the public swims, boats and fishes. To see historic data for all locations, go to http://www.riverkeeper.org/water-quality/locations/

Water Quality Graph

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