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We walk by well preserved first period houses with gorgeous flower gardens! The scenery changes with the seasons! Green canopy in the summer reflected off the water! Gold's, reds, yellows and oranges in the fall. In the winter the river sometimes freezes and snow covers...More
Folks in Ipswich have created several short walks along the river. One is a lovely dirt trail which gives a stroller a lovely sense of privacy and wildness for a brief walk. Another is paved and includes a marvelous mural depicting area hstory from pre-contact...More
I walk along the river almost everyday with my dog! It is a very photogenic area. It is perfect for water color and acrylic painters! There's a beautiful view everywhere you look! There are more 1st period houses along the river and up into the...More
I viewed the river from a friend's house, which is on part of his property. Depending on season and rainfall, you can kayak or canoe along the river. It was a beautiful setting for a baptism of a friend's newborn.
I've been over to the river numerous times and always have a great time. Since it was October I didn't go swimming or kayaking but just walked along the river lost in thought. The water level was the lowest I've ever seen it, but it's...More
Diddo, what more can I say. It runs from way inland (topsfield, reading...etc? Go to Foot's canou rental after the drought (9/16). Or for bigger boats and ocean, Try Ipswich town warf---off season or weekends.
Visited the Ipswich river today just below Foots Dam and was horrified as I could walk across the river without getting wet - NO WATER
Know that it has been a dry summer, but was astonished at what I saw
Pray for rain!