Off School Street
Longitude/Latitude: -72.583361 / 42.467340
At the end of School Street on the north side of Sunderland Bridge. Canoe and fishing access managed by the town of Sunderland.
The CT River in Sunderland is sampled Thursdays between June and October by volunteers coordinated by the Connecticut River Watershed Council.
|2015-10-01||Not Clean for Boating or Swimming||1986.3||Y|
|2015-09-24||Clean for Boating and Swimming||15.3||N|
|2015-09-17||Clean for Boating and Swimming||42.6||N|
|2015-09-10||Clean for Boating and Swimming||52.0||Y|
|2015-09-03||Clean for Boating and Swimming||35.9||N|
At the intersection of Routes 116 and 47 in Sunderland, go north on Route 47 for one block. Take the first left onto School Street. Go almost to the end of the street, where there is a dirt driveway off to the left at a big cottonwood tree. The boat ramp is at the end of this dirt access road. No long-term parking on site, but for collecting a sample you can live-park there for a short while. For boating, you can drop a boat off and park at the library parking lot on School Street.