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WATERSHED PADDLING RESOURCES - Click here to jump to maps & resources



TRWA has located the best canoe and kayak access points for watershed paddling.  We then teamed up with RI Blueways to put this information on line.  Click here for an interactive map of the region's boat ramps, put-in's, and dams.   If you are not sure of where you want to go, use this link to find a boat ramp that suits your experience and sense of adventure. By exploring these Rhode Island paddling organizations, you will appreciate Taunton River’s watershed’s connection to Mount Hope Bay and our not-so-far-away neighboring waters in Rhode Island.

Upper Taunton River Put-in's:
Hayward Street Launch
Cherry Street Bridge
Summer Street Bridge

Middle & Lower Taunton River Put-in's:
Titicut Street Bridge
South Street East
Weir Village Riverfront Park

Berkley Bridge Village Heritage Park
Dighton Rock State Park
Hathaway Park Boat Ramp (at Shepherd's Cove)

Nemasket River Put-in's:
Murdock Street
Plymouth Street Bridge
Oliver Mill Park
East Main Street Bridge
Wareham Street
Old Bridge Street Boat Landing
Vaughn Street Bridge

Satucket River Put-in's:
Bridge Street Bridge

Three Mile River Put-in's:
Boyden Refuge

Town River Put-in's:
Scotland Street
War Memorial Park
Reynolds Landing
Hayward Street Launch

Lake Nippenicket:

Lake Sabbattia, (Access to the Snake River)

For a .pdf printable paddling guide to the Upper Nemasket River: Click here

For a .pdf printable paddling guide to the Taunton River from the Weir to Dighton Rock State Park: Click here

Want to find out more about paddling in the Taunton River Watershed?
Check out these links to paddling clubs and associations in the area:

The Norton Kayak Company, Norton, MA

Norton Kayak Co Logo

Nemasket Kayak Center, Wareham & Onset, MA

nemasket kayak center


Rhode Island Blueway Alliance


Rhode Island Canoe/Kayak Association


508-828-1101 • TRWA, P.O. Box 1116, Taunton MA 02780   —   The TRWA River Center, Gertrude Boyden Refuge, 1298 Cohannet Street