Join NepRWA staff naturalists on an exploration of the Neponset River and learn about the wildlife and history of the area.
- Sat., August 15 from 9 am-11 am (arrive at 8:30 to unload canoes)
Note: as of July 30, this event is FULL. You can still register to be on a waitlist. If we have enough interest, we may add another paddle from this area.
- Explore the Wild “Rice” Islands and the beautiful Harvest Bridge that spans the Neponset River, from Milton to Mattapan.
- Leave from the canoe launch on Central Ave in Mattapan.
- IMPORTANT: plan to unload canoes at the launch (someone will be there to help you and watch your boat) then find parking and walk back to the launch (should take 5 min.)
- Street parking is available on either Central Ave., Eliot Street, or Brook Hill Road in Mattapan, or on Maple Street in Milton.
- Sat., Sept. 19 from 11-1 pm (arrive at 10:30 to unload canoes)
- Explore the Neponset Estuary, Baker Dam, and Gulliver’s Creek
- Leave from DCR Neponset Park. Free parking is available in the lot.
We are observing COVID restrictions:
- BYOB = bring your own boat (canoe or kayak)
- masks are mandatory
- six foot distancing between parties will be observed
- limited to 8 guests
- participants must confirm they are feeling well and symptom-free the day of the trip
Questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The paddle events are FREE to current NepRWA members who have renewed their dues in the last 12 months.
Not a member? Become one today at our membership page: www.neponset.org/join
Join or renew before 7/31 for a special price of just $10 or more and help earn a $5,000 challenge grant for the river!
Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.
The event is open to all ages. Children under 15 must be accompanied by an adult. Please bring water and don’t forget sunscreen and a hat!
Questions? please contact Nancy Mahon email@example.com