Here Are 8 Rivers To Explore In Connecticut After You’ve Paddled The Connecticut River

No doubt the Connecticut River is full of water adventure. You can take a riverboat cruise, go kayaking, jet skiing, boating and more. But once the popular water playground has been crossed off your bucket list, what do you do? There are plenty of other rivers in the Nutmeg state that are just begging for your attention. Whether you prefer a kayak, canoe, or SUP, explore these Connecticut rivers for an amazing adventure.

To help you plan your trip, we’ve included the names and addresses of nearby outfitters where you can rent everything you need for a day on the river.

Have you ever enjoyed a paddling adventure on one of these Connecticut rivers? Share your experiences and photos in the comments section below. If you prefer a river experience with a little more speed, check out this drive-your-own-boat tour.

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