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The Paddlers' Trail is a series of primitive campsites and access points from the river’s headwaters south to Long Island Sound. It is managed by a group of partner organizations who collaborate with trail development and stewardship. This website is designed to serve as a gateway for those seeking to explore the river. Have a great journey!

River Etiquette

The future of the Paddlers’ Trail depends on good river etiquette and campsite stewardship.

While most of the river shore is privately-owned, a number of generous landowners have agreed to host the public at primitive campsites on their land. Before heading out on the water, please review the trail’s paddler etiquette guidelines posted on the website and at many of the campsites.

Connecticut River Paddlers' Trail WaterProof Recreation Map and Guide

$9.95

Available now! The most complete and river-ready resource for your river adventures. This map covers the river from its headwaters 280 miles south to the Massachusetts border, and includes all access points, campsites, portage trails, and information on the area natural and cultural history.

Developed by the NorthWoods Stewardship Center, the Vermont River Conservancy, and the Vermont Department of Forest Parks and Recreation in partnership with the award winning Wilderness Map Company, this beautiful and function map is fit for both your kayak cockpit AND your coffee table.

$9.95
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