Sakonnet River Sakonnet Point to Tiverton

Sakonnet, Rhode Island

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While much of Rhode Island’s coastal zone is densely populated, the eastern shore has by contrast been left to the farmers, dairy cows, and vintners. The Sakonnet River is the most easterly of three passages leading through Narragansett Bay, and many paddlers find it the most inviting because of the rural shoreline and quiet waters removed from the bay’s prolific boat traffic of commerce, government, and pleasure.

Sakonnet River: Sakonnet Point to Tiverton Professional Review and Guide

"While much of Rhode Island’s coastal zone is densely populated, the eastern shore has by contrast been left to the farmers, dairy cows, and vintners.

The Sakonnet River is the most easterly of three passages leading through Narragansett Bay, and many paddlers find it the most inviting because of the rural shoreline and quiet waters removed from the bay’s prolific boat traffic of commerce, government, and pleasure."

Activity Type: Sea Kayaking
Nearby City: Sakonnet
Distance: 15
Duration: Day Trip
Season: Best spring through fall
Local Maps: NOAA #13221 at 1:47,000; NOAA #13223 at 1:46,500
Driving Directions: Directions to Sakonnet River: Sakonnet Point to Tiverton

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May 2018