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The maps on this page are all free and designed to be downloaded for screen viewing or printing on 8.5 X 11″ paper. These maps are from several sources and all are in the public domain. Click each map to see a larger version or click the Download link to receive a PDF file for printing or more detailed examination.
No single map can show all the features of this great watershed – the river is 410 miles long and drains 11,000 square miles. Here are a few that display one or more aspect of the river, the tributaries and the surrounding region. Please tell us about other maps you think should be listed here.
Prepared by US Fish and Wildlife Service. This map of the watershed shows the boundaries of major sub-watersheds and all municipalities. Useful for determining municipal boundaries relative to watersheds.
These 13 boating charts are prepared by the Connecticut River Joint Commissions for the Vermont / New Hampshire stretch of the river. They include the entire navigable river from the lakes at the Canadian border to the Massachusetts border. Access points are shown for both cartop and trailered boats.
The maps can viewed online at the CRJC website and downloaded for free from that site as PDFs for printing on 8.5 x 11″.
DETAILED MAPS OF SECTIONS OF THE WATERSHED
Fifteen-Mile Falls Project Area
Map prepared for New England Power, 1996. This simple map shows the location of the project and the surrounding towns in both states.
The Millers River Watershed Council website offers a Millers River Blue Trail map for paddlers that shows details of the stretch between Athol and Orange, MA (also available in print.) Online maps at the MRWC’s website show several aspects of that tributary and sub-watershed of the Connecticut River. Maps prepared by MassDEP show:
the major streams and sub-watersheds and the main stems of the Millers and Otter Rivers