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Breakheart Pond Loop

Breakheart Pond Loop off Frosty Hollow Road, Exeter With over 14,000 acres, Arcadia Management Area is Rhode Island’s largest recreational area, and offers many opportunities for outdoor activities such as hiking, mountain biking, boating, fishing, and horseback riding. This book…

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Browning Mill Pond

Browning Mill Pond intersection of Tefft Hill Trail and Arcadia Road, Hopkinton At first glance, this might seem like just another loop trail around a pond in Arcadia Management Area. But Browning Mill Pond has unique features that make it…

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Great Swamp Management Area

Great Swamp Management Area 277 Great Neck Road, South Kingstown The 3,000+ acres of wetlands, woodlands, and meadows of the Great Swamp Management Area abut beautiful Worden Pond. Go in the early spring or fall to see the many species of…

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Cliff Walk

Cliff Walk Memorial Blvd west of Easton's (First) Beach, Newport The Cliff Walk path runs more than 3 miles along Newport’s southeastern edge, offering gorgeous views of the ocean as well as Salve Regina University and many of the “City…

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Jerimoth Hill

Jerimoth Hill Hartford Pike (Route 101), Foster In typical Little Rhody fashion, the highest point in our state is a mere 812 feet above sea level and access to it is a quick walk through the woods with hardly any…

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Grills Preserve

Grills Preserve 198 Bowling Lane, Bradford The Westerly Land Trust owns and manages this expansive preserve of over 540 acres with over 2.5 miles of frontage along the Pawcatuck River. Approximately 6 miles of trails pass through wetlands, a lagoon,…

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Block Island National Wildlife Refuge

Block Island National Wildlife Refuge Corn Neck Road, New Shoreham (Block Island) At the northern tip of Block Island, at the very end of Corn Neck Road, is a 133-acre bird watcher’s paradise. In the fall, Block Island National Wildlife…

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Walkabout Trail

Walkabout Trail Putnam Pike, Glocester Built by Australian sailors of the HMAS Perth in 1965, the Walkabout Trail offers three loops through the George Washington State Campground and Management Area. With views of the Bowdish Reservoir and Wilbur Pond and…

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Canonchet Farm

Canonchet Farm Anne Hoxsie Lane, Narragansett Narragansett’s beaches are known throughout and beyond Rhode Island, but there are lots of other wonderful natural places to explore. For example, within the 174 acres of Canonchet Farm, there are both salt- and…

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Dundery Brook Trail

Dundery Brook Trail Meetinghouse Lane, Little Compton There are deer, turkey, dozens and dozens of bird species, as well as rare plants that make their home in and around Dundery Brook, and you’ll likely see some of them on your…

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