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Canonchet Farm
Anne Hoxsie Lane, Narragansett


BK010_278x320_cFCF_sqNarragansett’s beaches are known throughout and beyond RI, but there are lots of wonderful natural places to explore as well.

Within the 174-acres of Canonchet Farm, there are both salt and fresh water marshes, an old quarry, and Pettaquamscutt Cove – plus a rich cultural and natural history. In addition, the trail system is well-maintained and the Friends of Canonchet Farm are happy to answer questions and help you out.

Photo © Friends of Canonchet Farm

Length: 1.5 miles
Difficulty: easy for kids
Map: CanonchetFarmTrailMap
Dogs: are welcome, so long as they are leashed and you clean up after them
Accessible by Public Transportation: within 0.2 mile
You might want to bring: swimsuits and beach gear
Note: Parking is available on Anne Hoxsie Lane and at the Narragansett Town Beach lots. Parking fees apply from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend.

Click here for an extensive list of guidelines for hiking with kids.
Click here to visit the Friends of Canonchet Farm website.

Canonchet_mapGet directions or follow ours: From Route 4 south, merge onto Route 1 and travel 3.2 miles. Turn left onto Bridgetown Road at the large intersection near “the Tower”. Turn right onto Route 1A and travel south about 4.5 miles. The trailhead (and parking) is off of Anne Hoxsie Lane, across the street from the South Pavillion.

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