Paddling Maps

There are 52+ miles of flat water canoe and kayaking in the watershed. The Wood, Pawcatuck and Chipuxet Rivers are popular destinations. There are also 13 lakes and ponds to enjoy. Be aware that Aquatic Invasive Species are easier to prevent than to treat, always wash and dry your boat and gear before paddling in a new location.

The printable maps and the descriptions within the interactive map were created by the Wood-Pawcatuck Watershed Association

Interactive Map

Interested in details and a comprehensive map? The Wood-Pawcatuck Wild and Scenic Water Trails combines all the printable maps below, plus ponds, into one map. Roads and paddle routes are visible, icons can be clicked for fabulous photos or information. Simply select a river section to see it, or scroll for descriptions.  To find your location while paddling, select the locator icon on the bottom right.

Printable Maps

Watershed Environmental Resource Map

The Stewardship Council has created an environmental resource map! Want to search for a specific location? See the preserved land? See the forested land? Many resource values, such as conservation land, habitat, hydrology, and geology can be viewed with a click. The Environmental Resource Map offers a method to easily view parcels proposed for development, with the ability to identify the land use and natural resources located within and adjacent to the proposed development area. For those interested in land preservation, this map can help identify parcels that will benefit the most from protections, such as parcels adjacent to already protected land or parcels with ecologically important species and habitat. We hope this tool can serve as a resource for land trusts, towns, non-profit organizations, and individuals interested in preserving and protecting our natural resources.

For a video tutorial on how to use this arcGIS map click here. For a list of data sources click here. For the map itself, select the button below.

Study Maps

The following collection was created for The Stewardship Plan of 2018, while the Rivers were still under Study. Click any link to download.

Watershed Wide


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