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Kayaking on Georgiaville Pond - in Smithfield RI

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  Put in at Stillwater Road
  in Smithfield RI.
Paddle around Georgiaville
  Pond and return.
Estimated round trip
  distance = 1.5 miles
Permit required from
  town to use boat ramp.
  Georgiaville Pond Beach
  and recreation area
Capron Pond
  Pond Dam

Disclaimer: It is your responsibility to determine the legality, suitability and safety of this route for yourself.

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Explore RI's Blueways and Greenways: Georgiaville Town Beach

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Excerpts from the Explore RI's Blueways and Greenways: Georgiaville Town Beach:
Georgiaville Pond is a medium size pond on the Woonasquatucket River. The town beach is at the south end of the pond. The historic Smith-Appleby House is at the north end. There are lots of houses around the pond, but there are also a couple of pretty islands in the pond with tall pine trees on them. The boat launch goes into the pond, but if you paddle from there to the landing near the dam (1/4 mile) you can portage over the dam and into the Woonasquatucket River. For more on this portage and the river below the dam, see the listing for the portage. Note that a permit is required (available at town hall) to park at the town beach and use the boat ramp.

At the Georgiaville Pond beach.
Pictures taken July 2019.

The ramp to Georgiaville Pond.

Georgiaville Pond.