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Neutaconkanut Hill

Neutaconkanut Hill 675 Plainfield St, Providence   Tucked into the western corner of Providence are 88 acres full of beautiful woodlands, meadows, valleys, geological outcroppings, stone walls, brooks, and many animals and birds. The "Great Hill of Neutaconkanut", the highest…

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Roger Williams Park

Roger Williams Park located off Elmwood Ave, Providence   Sure, you probably know and go to our fabulous zoo, but what about the park itself? The 435 acres of Roger Williams Park offer a lot of wonderful opportunities to view…

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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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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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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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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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Powder Mill Ledges Wildlife Refuge

Powder Mill Ledges Wildlife Refuge 12 Sanderson Road (Rt. 5), Smithfield   The Powder Mill Ledges Wildlife Refuge is home to the Audubon Society of RI's headquarters where you'll find a library, gift shop, teacher's resource center, and bird feeding station.…

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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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