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    Sudbury River

    Concord, Massachusetts

    Sudbury River

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    "The Sudbury flows lazily through Great Meadows National Wildlife
    Refuge, making it easy to paddle both directions. Revel in the
    abundant birdlife. Interesting aquatic plants abound, as well."

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    Greendale, MA
    Pathfinder | 170 pts
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    5/26/2007
    This was a very nice river for Kayaking. I don't think I would go swimming in it though since there were warning signs about mercury contamination. However, it was very enjoyable and scenic for Kayaking. There was a minimal current, so paddling was easy. We found an island in one of the connecting ponds which is very scenic and great for a picnic. I plan on doing it again.
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    Trail Information

    Concord
    Nearby City
    Easy
    Skill Level
    Day Trip
    Duration
    Class I
    Class
    Spring through Fall
    Season
    The Concord, Sudbury and Assabet Rivers by Ron McAdow (Bliss Publishing, 1990); Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, fws. gov/northeast/greatmeadows, 978-443-4661; River Stewardship Council" rel="nofollow">Council" rel="nofollow">rel="nofollow">Council">rel="nofollow">rel="nofollow">rel="nofollow">Council, sudbury-assabet-concord.org
    Local Contacts
    Massachusetts Atlas & Gazetteer, Map 40: E4, F3, 4, G3, 4, H3, I3; USGS Framingham, Maynard
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