Moosup River and Oneco Pond Topo Map

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The Moosup River and Oneco Pond provide wonderful paddling just a few minutes from I-395 and close enough to Providence to escape for a morning or afternoon trip. Expect to see lots of painted turtles as well as the less common stinkpot turtle. When we launched our boat on shallow, marshy Oneco Pond on an early-October afternoon, thick mats of Eurasian watermilfoil floated on the surface, and exposed mud flats greeted us. But as we paddled generally east into the Moosup River channel, our initial negative impression turned around completely. The fairly wide river has a generally sandy bottom, although more rocks appear as you paddle upstream into Rhode Island. Many downed trees had fallen into the water some years earlier—judging from the decay—probably from a storm event, providing superb sunning locations for turtles.
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Sterling, Connecticut

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