View the golden glow of Fall with a relaxing kayak paddle on Hundred Acre Cove. Experience this special place where the marsh grass turns gold, crimson and bronze. The Cove is home to important wildlife and numerous water birds. Terrapin turtles, great blue herons and snowy egrets are often found along the banks of this saltwater marsh.
This guided paddle will begin at 9 am and is led by Barrington Land Conservation Trust. To plan for the weather, we recommend wearing clothes/shoes you won't mind getting wet and bringing bug spray and a water bottle. A PFD (personal flotation device) is required for participation.
Bring your own kayak or canoe. Rentals are also available from Walker Farm Kayaks for a fee, please call 401-369-4832 for reservations.
Severe weather cancels this event. There is no rain date.
Register using the form below. Space is limited to 20 boats.
Meet at the Walker Farm Boat Ramp off Route 114, just north of the White Church Bridge. Ample parking is available.
Organized by Barrington Land Conservation Trust.