4th Annual - Nashua River, Oxbow National Wildlife Refuge paddle

Date and Time

Sunday, June 6, 2021

Location

Massachusetts, Central,
MA

Registration

Registration is required for this activity.

Overview

Leisurely and scenic 8.6 mile out and back trip through the the Oxbow Wildlife Refuge, with a chance to explore a bow off the main river channel. Suitable for beginners and families, but experienced paddlers will also enjoy this beautiful river. Bring a snack or lunch and plenty of water. Life jackets required. Participants must comply with Massachusetts Corvid 19 directives. Social Distancing and Face Coverings are especially important. Families living in the same household may share an appropriate watercraft.

AMC Trip Policy

Cost

Free

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Exploring a bow in Oxbow National Wildlife Refuge

Activity

Paddling

Offered By

Worcester (Mass.)

Status

Open

Audience

Families


Leader




Jeff is a Paddling Leader for the Appalachian Mountain Club as well as a trained leader with AMC's Educators Outdoors Program. He is also a senior faculty member for AMC's Center for Outdoor Learning and Leadership.
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