Celebrate RI Land Trust Days with a self-guided paddle on Hundred Acre Cove in Barrington! Hundred Acre Cove is a large tidal estuary, and paddling north is easiest during slack tide headed into a low tide.
This happens on the following dates at these approximate times:
Friday, August 28th 5:30pm
Sunday, September 13th 5:30pm
Saturday, September 19th 10:00am
Saturday, September 26th 5:00pm
Saturday, October 3rd 9:30am
Sunday, October 4th 10:00am
Saturday, October 17th 9:00am
Sunday, October 25th 4:30pm
Please double check the tide before launching. A good reference is https://www.usharbors.com/harbor/rhode-island/barrington-warren-ri/tides/. Please note that Hundred Acre Cove is 10-15 minutes behind this table.
*NOTE: No guide will be present, this is a self-guided event. Bring your own kayak or canoe and a PFD (lifejacket).
If you have any questions or would like to learn more about the Barrington Land Conservation Trust, please visit their website at blct.org or Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/barringtonlandtrust/
Directions: Access to the Cove is from the Walker Farm Boat Ramp off Route 114, just north of the White Church Bridge (Federal Rd. intersection) in Barrington. More info about the boat ramp here: https://exploreri.org/siteReport.php?siteID=50&src=criteria