Rhode Island

River County Reach Length (miles) Description Potential Classification ORVs Watershed (HUC Code 8) Year Listed/ Updated Other State
Buckeye Brook Kent Headwaters at Warwick Pond to mouth at Narragansett Bay, includes Lockwood and Warner Brook 3 Buckeye Brook is a small, coastal stream located entirely within the City of Warwick, Rhode Island. The character of the watershed is largely urban, but greenway corridors along Buckeye Brook have been well preserved through open-space acquisition of floodplains and adjacent uplands in many portions. Fish - Regionally significant spawning runs for river herring and American and Lamprey eels. Recreation Significant striped bass fishery, tidal river is popular canoe and kayak resource. History - Significant historical context, including site of significant tidal mill built in 1652. Recreational Fish, Historic, Recreational Narragansett 2011
Chipuxet River Washington Kingston Road to Worden Pond 3 Botanic - Segment includes Great Swamp, which is the largest swamp ĂŹin New England and supports extensive swamp forest and marsh vegetation. The area is a National Natural Landmark. Other Pawcatuck-Wood 1982
Lockwood Brook Kent Headwaters at Warwick Pond to mouth at Narragansett Bay, includes Lockwood and Warner Brook 2 Buckeye Brook is a small, coastal stream located entirely within the City of Warwick, Rhode Island. The character of the watershed is largely urban, but greenway corridors along Buckeye Brook have been well preserved through open-space acquisition of floodplains and adjacent uplands in many portions. Fish - Regionally significant spawning runs for river herring and American and Lamprey eels. Recreation Significant striped bass fishery, tidal river is popular canoe and kayak resource. History - Significant historical context, including site of significant tidal mill built in 1652. Recreational Fish, Historic, Recreational Narragansett 2011
Pawcatuck River Washington Worden Pond to Bradford 17 Geologic - The topography, including outwash plains and depressions forming Kettle Hole Lake, is an exceptional example of glacial deposition of the late Ice Age. Geologic Pawcatuck-Wood 1982
Pawcatuck River New London, Washington Bradford to Nooseneck Hill Road 6 Historic - Segment includes portions of the site where a decisive colonial battle was fought with the Narragansett Indians. Historic Pawcatuck-Wood 1982
Warner Brook Kent Headwaters at Warwick Pond to mouth at Narragansett Bay, includes Lockwood and Warner Brook 1 Buckeye Brook is a small, coastal stream located entirely within the City of Warwick, Rhode Island. The character of the watershed is largely urban, but greenway corridors along Buckeye Brook have been well preserved through open-space acquisition of floodplains and adjacent uplands in many portions. Fish - Regionally significant spawning runs for river herring and American and Lamprey eels. Recreation Significant striped bass fishery, tidal river is popular canoe and kayak resource. History - Significant historical context, including site of significant tidal mill built in 1652. Recreational Fish, Historic, Recreational Narragansett 2011
Wood River Washington Ten Rod Road to KG Ranch Road 5 Recreation -Segment is in close proximity to the urban population centers of southeastern New England and includes significant and diverse recreation features including a trout fishery, a trail network, and Class II canoe waters. Recreational Pawcatuck-Wood 1982
Wood River Washington I-95 to Alton Pond 5 Recreation - Segment is unique in that it contains a significant trout fishery and wildlife habitat in close proximity to major urban population centers of southeastern New England. Recreational Pawcatuck-Wood 1982

Last updated: November 30, 2016

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