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Rhode Island Water Trails

Here is you chance to enjoy the beauty and the serenity of being on a water trail in Rhode Island. So grab your kayak, canoe or paddle boat and begin your adventure.

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Great Swamp - South Kingstown

The Great Swamp, located in the southern part of Rhode Island, provides perhaps the most intriguing canoe trip in the state. The trip is an excursion into hidden jungle-like retreats that cannot be reached any other way. Here, you will float into a vast state-owned management area on one river, paddle across a shallow but wide pond, and then finish your trip on another river that snakes its way through dense vine-draped vegetation. There will be no doubt in your mind why this area is called Great Swamp.

Two routes are available. The full 7-mile trip includes portions of the Chipuxet and Charles rivers and Worden's Pond. A shorter version of about 5.5 miles takes the Chipuxet to Worden's Pond, and then follows the pond's southern shoreline to a landing. The shorter trip takes only about 2.5 hours, but it misses the fascinating atmosphere of the winding Charles, as well as a lunch break on a picturesque point jutting out into the pond and a stopover at a wildlife marsh where ospreys, a relatively rare bird, can be spotted.

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WATER TRAILS of Rhode Island