Sprague Pond

Sprague Pond

How to Get There

From the intersection of Route 28/30 and Cedar River Road in Indian Lake, follow Cedar River Road. Continue for 4.5 miles to the Sprague Pond Trailhead on the right.

Overview

The carry is an easy one and will accommodate a carry if you need or desire to use one. Once on the water this makes for an excellent beginner paddle destinations. Its calm waters and shallow bays are a nice touch to this back-country destination. There are also a couple small islands worth hopping as well, be sure to bring a nice bagged lunch this is a nice spot I am sure you hang around at.

Type of Launch

Sandy

Type of Carry

It is a 0.3 mile carry from Cedar River Road to the edge of the pond. Well graded and flat

Type of Water

Well sheltered and calm, no motorboats allowed in the wilderness area

 

How to Get There

From the intersection of Route 28, Route 30, and Cedar River Road in Indian Lake, follow Cedar River Road. Continue for 4.5 miles to the Sprague Pond trailhead on the right.

Overview

Once on the water, this makes for an excellent beginner paddle destination. Its calm waters and shallow bays are a fine introduction to backcountry paddling. 

There are a couple of small islands worth hopping as well, so be sure to bring a bagged lunch and find a lovely spot to hang around at.

Type of Launch

Shallow and a bit rocky in some areas.

Type of Carry

It is a 0.3-mile carry from Cedar River Road to the edge of the pond.

Cart Use

Yes, this trail accommodates a cart very well up to final 100 feet of shoreline

Type of Water

Well sheltered and calm, no motorboats are allowed in the wilderness area.

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