Welcome to the ExploreRI Mapper
This mapper will help you locate boat launches and other points of interest to for small boat recreation throughout the state of Rhode Island. To get started, click anywhere on the map to zoom in on that area. To zoom out use the zoom control to the left of the map. Once you have zoomed in, boat launches and other points of interest will show up on the map as clickable red icons (see the key below the map). Click on an icon to get more information about that location. If you prefer to search by criteria or simply look up a site by name, try the boat launch search page. If you have a high-speed Internet connection (e.g., DSL or Cable), you may want to try our Google-based mapping system which also includes sites in the Narragansett Bay Watershed in Massachusetts.
The location you clicked on is a site for launching hand-carried boats such as canoes or kayaks.
Site Name: Capwell Mill Pond
Town: West Greenwich
Driving Landmarks: Take exit 6 off I-95 in West Greenwich. At the end of the ramp head south on Route 3 (Nooseneck Hill Road). Go a few hundred feet (and go past Division Street) and then turn left onto Burnt Sawmill Road. Go 0.4 miles south on Burnt Sawmill Road and look for the pond on your left.
ADA Accessible Boat Launch? no
Shoreline: The shoreline at the access site is a low, stabilized bank.
Approximate Length of Carry between Car Access and Water: 20 feet
Hours of Operation: 24/7, year-round
Parking: on street, 4 spaces, no overnight parking
ADA Accessible Parking Spaces? no
Water 'Features' At Site: pond
Note: Because one boat launch can access, say, both a lake and a river or both the upstream and downstream portions of a river, not all paddling trips at a given site will necessarily encounter all of the features listed.
Comments & Overview:Capwell Mill Pond is a 24 acre pond in the Big River Management Area. It is a long narrow pond with a natural, often marshy shoreline. The area is stocked with trout in the early spring.
For more details see the full site report
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Credits: The data for the base maps was provided by the Rhode Island Geographic Information System (RIGIS) and the Office of Geographic and Environmental Information (MassGIS), Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Executive Office of Environmental Affairs. The site data came from numerous sources and organizations. Much of it was collected through the hard work of volunteers for various conservation, watershed and outdoor recreation groups around the state of Rhode Island.