This is a site for launching boats from trailers. Boat ramps can normally be used to launch canoes and kayaks but please do your best to keep the boat ramp clear for boat trailers.
Description & Overview:
Clarkville Pond is a small, 14-acre pond in George Washington Management Area. There is a cement plank boat ramp here and a gravel parking lot. Clarkville Pond is restricted to non-motorized boats and boats powered by an electric motor.
This site provides access to the following water bodies: Clarkville Pond.
Driving Landmarks: From Route 44 in Glocester, 1.4 miles west of the entrance to the George Washington Management Area Campground, turn north onto Richardson Clearing Trail which becomes Cold Spring Trail. Take the first left off Cold Spring Trail (about 0.6 miles from Route 44) onto the road to the boat ramp.
Access & Waters:
Water 'Features' At Site: pond
Note: Because one boat launch can access, say, both a lake and a river or both the upstream and downstream portions of a river, not all paddling trips at a given site will necessarily encounter all of the features listed.
Type of Access: Boat ramp
ADA Accessible Boat Launch? no
Shoreline: Cement plank boat ramp
Parking: parking lot
ADA Accessible Parking Spaces? no
The data on this website come from many sources, including volunteers and organizations across the state of Rhode Island and nearby parts of Massachusetts. We have done our best to make sure the data are accurate and up to date, but any information critical to the success of your trip should be confirmed before you start. The maps and information on this website should not be substituted for nautical charts, topographic maps, or other more detailed maps and guides. We welcome corrections and additions. To send a correction or provide other feedback, please use our feedback form (see link above).
This site report was last updated on March 4, 2008