In the northwest corner the lake connects to a section of the Quinsigamond river, which is very easy to paddle upstream. You'll go see houses and hear cars as you go under bridges at first but after the big tunnel under the highway there is a nice secluded section away from urbanization. The trip ends at a mill, but my friend and I were stubborn enough to portage up two beaver dams into the brook area next to the mill because the brook looked like it connected to another small pond. It did connect (almost, short portage at the end), but it was a mess not likely worth the trouble. A nearly impassable maze of plants where even if you find the thin "passageway" you still are pushing your kayak against the shallow ground/plant roots instead of rowing. Once we got back to the river we just paddled back down to the truck in the Lake Ripple parking lot.
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