Plum Island Sound


Plum Island Sound begins about one mile east of the Rt. 1a bridge over the Parker River. The river turns south and broadens out into a large estuary behind the barrier beach island called Plum Island. The Sound runs for about 4 and 1/2 miles until it joins up with the Ipswich River and empties into the Atlantic Ocean between Plum Island and Castle Neck. Most of the Sound is surrounded by the Parker River National Wildlife Refuge and is also part of the Parker River/Essex Bay Area of Critical Environmental Concern.

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PRCWA Contacts

We'd love to hear from you and get your input on ways to preserve the Parker River Watershed and the Plum Island Sound.

PO Box 798, Byfield, MA  01922
Telephone :
​978.462.2551

Email : parker.river@verizon.net

 

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Webmaster: Jerry A. Mullins

indyjerry@hotmail.com

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Our Purpose!

 

The PRCWA is a community-based, non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the restoration and protection of the waters and environment of the Parker River and Plum Island Sound Watersheds.

 

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