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Mt. Tom

Mt. Tom Mt. Tom 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. Ironically, the…

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Stepstone Falls

Stepstone Falls Austin Farm Road, Exeter/W. Greenwich   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. This…

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Napatree Point Conservation Area

Napatree Point Conservation Area Fort Road, Westerly After labor day, when the beach crowds and tourists have departed, visit Napatree Point. The long, sweeping views of Little Narragansett Bay and the Atlantic Ocean are beautiful and the water might still…

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Sakonnet Greenway

Sakonnet Greenway Linden Lane, Portsmouth The Sakonnet Greenway is the longest nature trail on Aquidneck Island. The northern end of the trail passes through lush woodlands and around wide open meadows. Just be careful of the electric fence protecting this private land and be sure to…

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Ballard Park

Ballard Park corner of Hazard & Wickham Roads, Newport   Newport's only nature preserve seems much larger than its 13 acres, partly because of its location next to a wildlife refuge. Granite was quarried on this land from the early…

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Casimir Pulaski Memorial State Park

Casimir Pulaski Memorial State Park 151 Pulaski Road, Chepachet   This 100 acre park offers many outdoor activities for all ages to enjoy throughout the year. In the warmer months, enjoy hiking the trail from the beach (follow the white…

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Diamond Hill Park

Diamond Hill Park Rte. 114, Cumberland Once a former ski slope, Diamond Hill offers spectacular views and a fairly gradual climb for young and older kids to enjoy. It's also a great place to picnic and little ones will love…

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Francis C. Carter Memorial Preserve

Francis C. Carter Memorial Preserve off Rte. 112 and Old Mill Rd, Charlestown   The Nature Conservancy’s Carter Preserve boasts more than 5 miles of well-marked hiking trails through rare pitch pine/scrub oak and a 35 acre grassland. As one…

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