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Get outside today, even if that means the laundry has to wait until tonight. Check out our list of places to explore or contact us for help selecting the right hike for your family. Just get out there!

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A Hike To Heal A Broken Heart

From The Outdoor Soul: After the dear, dear loss of my doggie companion and best friend, Kacy, I needed to clear my head and hit the dirt hiking. I do these hikes not just for exercise but for peace of…

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Happy New Year!

Happy New Year everyone! May 2020 be filled with lots of new hikes and outdoor adventures for you and your family. Check out dozens of places to explore and our family hiking guide for some ideas on where to go.

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15% Off!

Click here to order The Rhode Island Family Hiking Guide and Journal with a 15% discount. Shipping and handling fee of $3.50 and tax are separate and will be added to the final price.

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Adventure Base Camp

Adventure Base Camp (ABC) is a brand new program of the Narragansett Council of the Boy Scouts of America, developed to bring outdoor adventure to all youth and their families because "everyone should have the opportunity to have unique and…

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Salter Grove

Join the Friends of Salter Grove on Saturday, October 26th, from 2-4pm to celebrate the opening of the new playground at George B. Salter Memorial Grove in Warwick's Pawtuxet Village. There will be donuts, cider, and music by Salter’s Groove,…

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Reminder: Wear orange during Hunting Season!

Fall is a wonderful time for hiking - and the beginning of hunting season! If you are hiking on a property that allows hunting, you must wear 200 square inches of solid daylight fluorescent orange (either a hat or a vest). This…

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Young Naturalist Backpack Program

Peace Dale Library, 1057 Kingstown Rd, WakefieldSaturday, May 4, 2:00 pm Join the South Kingstown Land Trust (SKLT) as they introduce a new Young Naturalist Backpack Program at the South Kingstown Public Library (SKPL)! Patrons with a valid SKPL card…

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Earth Day in the Last Wild Place in Providence

Neutaconkanut Hill - Earth Day on the Hill Saturday, April 27, 2019, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.Heavy rain reschedule date: Sunday, April 28 Neutaconkanut Hill is the highest point in Providence. Enjoy panoramic views of the City and beyond in…

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