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Crawley Preserve

Crawley Preserve Glen Rock Road, Richmond   A joint effort of the Richmond Rural Land Conservation Trust and the South Kingstown Land Trust, with funding from the Town of South Kingstown, The Nature Conservancy, private donors and charities, Crawley Preserve…

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Breakheart Pond

Breakheart Pond off Frosty Hollow Road, Exeter   With over 14,000 acres, the 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. The…

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Browning Mill Pond

Browning Mill Pond Tefft Hill Trail and Arcadia Road, Hopkinton   With over 14,000 acres, the 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…

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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. But you'll want to take the loop trail around a large swamp…

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Cliff Walk

Cliff Walk Memorial Blvd west of Easton's (First) Beach, Newport   The 3+ mile paved Cliff Walk path offers gorgeous views of the ocean as well as many of the City by the Sea mansions and Salve Regina University. Starting…

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Warwick City Park

Warwick City Park Asylum Road, Warwick   With its paved path, ballfields, and intersections with the road, you might not think this is properly characterized as a hike. But given the number of features, it's definitely worth checking out. The…

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West Warwick Riverwalk

West Warwick Riverwalk Factory Street, Warwick   The northern section of the West Warwick Riverwalk is short, flat, and quite pleasant. Although the floods of 2010 damaged parts of the stroller-friendly path, you can still follow it for 0.5 miles along the…

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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…

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Mohegan Bluffs

Mohegan Bluffs Spring Street, New Shoreham (Block Island)   There are quite a few wonderful hikes on Block Island, but this one starts from the ferry landing at Old Harbor and includes a walk along the beach, a visit to…

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Walkabout Trail

Walkabout Trail Putnam Pike, Glocester   Built by Australian sailors of HMAS Perth, the Walkabout Trail offers three loops through the George Washington State Campground and Management Area. There's the 2-mile blue trail, the 6-mile red trail, and the 8-mile…

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