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Wewantic River Boat Ramp

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Access Type:
Kayak/Canoe Access
Latitude:
41.749249958497714
Longitude:
-70.74604082449798
Water:
Saltwater
Water Type:
River
Species:
crab
Launch Fees:
No
Cart Needed:
No
Difficulty:
Easy
Off of Route I-195 EAST, and EAST only. If coming from the EAST (driving West on 195), you must turn around at Exit 20, and head back East on 195. Take the Rest Area exit and follow the signs for the Boat Ramp. Parking is free and monitored by police as the rest area section is a popular meeting spot for "other things." The Wewantic River will take you to Buzzards Bay.
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