Eureka's ramps are sometimes in Rodman and sometimes in the Ocklawaha River. Their location is determined by the water level in the reservoir. When the water level is at eighteen feet Rodman starts about a mile north of the Eureka Bridge, but when the level reaches nineteen feet the water backs up enough to include the Eureka ramps in the riverine zone of Rodman. In any event, the Eureka ramps allow access to the southernmost part of the reservoir.
Eureka East is reached by crossing over the high CR 316 Ocklawaha River bridge from west to east and doubling back to the right on the far side. The single ramp is very steep and parking is so-so. Actually the location is a pretty good place to fish from the bank. The ramp is a good concrete ramp, but it is very steep and remote. Because of its isolation, lock your vehicles and take all valuables with you.