Average Depth: 22 feet
Maximum Depth: 60 feet
Kayaks, Canoes, Sail Boats, Electric Motor Boats, Power Boats
Swimming: Swimming Allowed, No Restrictions
No Known Issues
Vegetation Growth: Minimal
Non-native Species: Unknown
According to RI DEM "anglers might catch largemouth bass, pickerel, perch, or catfish as well as smallmouth bass (one of the few ponds in the state where smallmouth bass are found), or walleye, which are stocked by the State of Connecticut. Rhode Island also stocks Brown and Rainbow Trout."
Fish Species: Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Chain Pickerel, Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, Yellow Perch, White Perch, Channel Catfish, Sunfish, Bluegill, Golden Shiner, Bridle Shiner
Primarily Car-top boats & Canoes
Ramp Comments: There is a boat ramp on the Connecticut side of the pond. The parking lot at the Connecticut boat ramp reportedly fills up early on summer weekends.This is a site for launching hand-carried boats such as canoes or kayaks. Hours of Operation: Closed from 1/2 hr. after sunset to 5 am, except for fishing, boating and hunting.
Parking Spaces: 11-20
From I-95 north or south take Exit 5A for Route 102 south. Go 0.7 miles on Route 102 and then turn right onto Nooseneck Hill Road/Route 3 south. Go 1.3 miles south on Route 3 and turn right onto Route 165/Ten Rod Road. Go 6.9 miles west on Route 165 and look for the parking area for Beach Pond on the right, just before the start of the causeway across the lake. There is a sign that says "Arcadia Beach Pond Recreation Area" at the parking area.
Shoreline Development: 25-50%