Cashie River

Windsor, North Carolina

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The Cashie River (pronounced ca-shy) begins in the northeastern corner of Bertie (ber-tee) County, near the Roanoke River. It winds through the county, running generally southeast, and passes through Windsor on its way to Albemarle Sound at Batchelor Bay, near the mouth of the Roanoke River. The Cashie is said to have a depth of up to 80 feet. The Cashie Wetlands Walk, a 1,800-foot walkway in Windsor, allows tourists to see and learn more about the value of wetlands. The upper part of the Cashie River is narrow and subject to downed trees. It widens and becomes free of downed trees a few miles before reaching Windsor. This eTrail contains 2 sections of the Cashie River from Queen Street access off US 17 Bypass at Windsor to Woodard Road (Bertie Co. 1500) access.
Paddling Eastern North Carolina

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Paddling Eastern North Carolina

by Paul Ferguson (Pocosin Press)

The Cashie River (pronounced ca-shy) begins in the northeastern corner of Bertie (ber-tee) County, near the Roanoke River. It winds through the county, running generally southeast, and passes through Windsor on its way to Albemarle Sound at Batchelor Bay, near the mouth of the Roanoke River. The Cashie is said to have a depth of up to 80 feet.

The Cashie Wetlands Walk, a 1,800-foot walkway in Windsor, allows tourists to see and learn more about the value of wetlands. The upper part of the Cashie River is narrow and subject to downed trees. It widens and becomes free of downed trees a few miles before reaching Windsor. This eTrail contains 2 sections of the Cashie River from Queen Street access off US 17 Bypass at Windsor to Woodard Road (Bertie Co. 1500) access.

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Activity Type: Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing
Nearby City: Windsor
Distance: 14.6
Skill Level: Easy
Class: Class I
Local Contacts: Gauge information and route specifics are provided for each section in the eTrail.
Local Maps: USGS Windsor South, Woodard
Driving Directions: Directions to Cashie River

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11/30/2005
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Section 2 Update: A new camping platform, Lost Boat, is at mile 4.2 off the right bank.



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