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Trustom Pond National Wildlife Refuge

Trustom Pond National Wildlife Refuge 1040 Matunuck Schoolhouse Rd, S. Kingstown   At Trustom Pond National Wildlife Refuge, you’ll see shrublands, woodlands, beaches, and ponds, including RI’s only undeveloped salt pond. You’re also likely to see one of hundreds of…

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Upper Roaring Brook

Upper Roaring Brook 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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Wilcox Park

Wilcox Park 44 Broad Street, Westerly   Owned and maintained by the Memorial & Library Association of Westerly, this 14-acre park has an arboretum-quality collection of tree species, monuments, perennial gardens, paved paths, and more - all nestled in the heart…

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Maxwell Mays Wildlife Refuge

Maxwell Mays Wildlife Refuge 2082 Victory Highway, Coventry   Maxwell Mays, a folk artist best known for his paintings of historic Rhode Island, was also an environmental conservationist and philanthropist. He donated 295 acres of land to Audubon as part…

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Fort Nature Refuge

Fort Nature Refuge 1445 Providence Pike (Route 5), North Smithfield   With its variety of trails, beautiful ponds, and diverse wildlife, Fort Nature Refuge is wonderful any time of year. The Fort family donated these 235-acres to the Audubon and…

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Touisset Marsh Wildlife Refuge

Touisset Marsh Wildlife Refuge Touisset Road, Warren   At 66 acres, Touisset Marsh is one of the smaller wildlife refuges in the state. But the salt marshes, hardwood forests, meadows, and Kickemuit River really pack a punch. Start your walk…

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Blackstone Park

Blackstone Park corner of Rhode Island Ave. and Paterson St., Providence   This 45-acre gem contains meadows, woodlands, ponds, wildlife, views of the Seekonk River, a giant staircase, conservation areas, and easy trails that children will love to explore. The…

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Gilbert Stuart Birthplace & Museum

Gilbert Stuart Birthplace & Museum 815 Gilbert Stuart Road, Saunderstown   You may know of the museum, waterwheels, and mills, but tucked into the back of the 23-acre property is a lovely nature trail. Along the well-marked and maintained trail,…

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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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