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Rhode Island’s sheltered waters are ideal for padding, canoeing, and kayaking

Even a brief glance at a Rhode Island map and its many-faceted shorelines and water bodies shows that the Ocean State could keep paddlers busy and interested for many, many seasons. The point here is the variety of the state’s water bodies. There is ocean shoreline (for ocean kayaking); the shoreline, including many small coves, of beautiful Narragansett Bay; and, finally, the many inland ponds and streams that lace through nature preserves and expansive state parks. Boat launches for small craft are found throughout the state, making put-in easy for canoes, kayaks and other car-top vessels.

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Paddling in Rhode Island

Paddling - The Preserve Club & Residences - Richmond, RI
The Preserve Club and Residences

87 Kingstown Road Richmond, RI, 02898 Phone: 401-539-4653

Kayaking, canoeing, paddling: It’s all part of the recreational package at luxury resort

Gliding across a quiet river in a kayak, looking for local wildlife from your canoe, getting an aerobic workout in with a stand-up paddle board: At The Preserve Sporting Club and Residences, water sports are a natural part of the resort’s dozens of recreational offerings, all of which are designed to appreciate the natural beauty of the area. The resort neighbors the internationally renowned Wood River Pawcatuck Watershed, which contains 57 miles of rivers, and most of the calm waterways are perfect for flat-water paddling. Bring your family, or group of friends, or just enjoy an early morning or sunset paddle on your own, gliding through the water in solitude. The resort will provide all the equipment you’ll need for a great day on the water.
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