Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing Trails in Connecticut
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Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing Trails in Connecticut

57
Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing
1 - 201 mi
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Connecticut has 57 flatwater kayaking & canoeing trails. These trails range from 1.5 to 201 miles in length. The most popular trails are Somersville Mill Pond and Scantic River, Mattabesset River, Coginchaug River, and Cromwell Meadows Wildlife Management Area and Farmington River and Pequabuck River. Trails.com member Hm M. recently completed West Thompson Lake and Quinebaug River.
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The Bantam River represents one of the preeminent paddling resources in western Connecticut. ...
Popular Mansfield Hollow offers many hours of varied paddling opportunities, including ...
The East River offers a wonderful opportunity to explore an extensive Spartina salt marsh, ...
We can’t decide if we prefer paddling this wonderful place in the spring with abundant ...
The narrow, meandering Scantic River is a joy to paddle, leading you through a bird-filled ...
Lake McDonough is a popular recreation destination. This long, narrow body of water with ...
This is a great place for bird-watchers, with high numbers and high diversity of bird ...
Mashapaug Lake stands in contrast to most entries in this book, in that it is oligotrophic ...
Although you can see a few houses from its shores, Wood Creek Pond exudes a northern ...
Whalebone Creek offers paddling in an extensive, pristine freshwater marsh filled with ...
Quiet Messerschmidt Pond, surrounded by a wildlife management area, is a great place to ...
Moodus is a popular reservoir with a fair amount of development and high-speed boating. ...
This is a recreation destination, with camping, paddling, and hiking opportunities. The ...
This slow moving section of the Housatonic River is popular, especially on summer weekends. ...
Undeveloped West Branch Reservoir nestles among scenic hillsides, with nearby mountains ...
The Moosup River and Oneco Pond provide wonderful paddling just a few minutes from I-395 ...
Though Squantz Pond appears to be an extension of Candlewood Lake — Connecticut’s largest ...
Families come here to paddle, to hike or bike, or to enjoy the beach at Burr Pond State ...
Undeveloped Pattaconk Reservoir sits amid Connecticut’s second largest state forest and ...
Stump Pond is a great place to observe waterfowl amid a sea of aquatic plants. You will ...
The Nehantic State Forest borders one side of Uncas Pond and offers an extensive network ...
Powers Lake boasts great tree diversity along its shores, including four oak species. ...
Lake of Isles, though in the throes of a Eurasian water-milfoil invasion, still provides ...
Remote Green Falls Pond is a recreation destination offering camping, backpacking, hiking, ...
Look for osprey, mute swan, wood duck, and possibly otter. Paddle up the Pachaug River ...
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