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Lemington River Access

Site Adopter Needed?: 
Yes
The Vermont River Conservancy worked with the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources and area fishing guides to develop a new river access on land owned by Plum Creek Timber Co. A NorthWoods Conservation Corps team worked with interns from Trout Unlimited to build a set of river access stairs, an information kiosk, way-finding signage and a ramp suitable for use by drift boats. Drift boats, popular for fishing the Connecticut, are heavier than canoes and more difficult to launch. The site is just south of the Columbia, NH, covered bridge.
River mile: 
355.8
Distance to Next: 
8

Location

Lemington River Access Lemington, VT
United States
44° 49' 47.9316" N, 71° 33' 35.676" W
Site Description: 
Improved access developed for paddlers, drift boats, and rafts.
Land Owner: 
Plum Creek
Site Type: 
Offical Access Point
Volunteer Site: 
Yes