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The Wampanoag Canoe Passage runs for more than 70 miles from Scituate on Massachusetts Bay to Dighton Rock State Park on the Taunton River as it flows into Narragansett Bay.
The passage is divided into three sections of nearly equal length. The first from Scituate to Pembroke ending at Little Sandy Pond. The second from East Bridgewater to Middleborough, ending at Camp Titicut and the third from Raynham to Berkley, ending at Dighton Rock State Park.
To view details of the three sections, visit the Wampanoag Passage Access section.
Maps were reproduced from the Wamponoag Canoe Passage Brochure, published by the Plymouth County Development Council. P.O. Box 1620, Pembroke, Mass 02359
Much of the material for the passageway description was furnished by Professor Thomas H. Clark of Northeastern University Graduate School of Education.