Thursday Paddle: Judith Pond (Salt Pond), Wakefield
Thursday August 18th @ 10:00 am - 12:30 pm
Bring your own kayak/canoe, paddle, life jacket, whistle, water, snacks, etc. No vehicle shuttle. Point Judith Pond is a shallow, four-mile (6 km)-long salt body of water lying behind the barrier beaches and sand dunes that form Point Judith Harbor, which lies immediately west of Point Judith in Narragansett, the southwestern tip of Narragansett Bay. Depending on the tide we will explore upstream or just head out towards the ocean. Meet @ Marina Park, 134 Salt Pond Road, South Kingstown. There is a boat launch. Leader: Chris Jennings, (401) 463-6946 (h) and email: [email protected] Launch site: ___
- PFD’s: Personal flotation devices or Life Jackets MUST be worn by all our paddlers properly zipped and/or buckled at all times while on the water, in the manner intended by the manufacturer. Persons not willing to follow this requirement are not permitted on our trips. Inflatable PFD’s are NOT allowed.
- Sound signal (whistle, horn, etc.) is required.
- If weather is questionable, contact leader.
- If you wish to have a free vessel safety check contact Sally Hanson. This can be done before or after a paddle as long as Sally is there.