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Dundery Brook Trail
Meetinghouse Lane, Little Compton

There are deer, turkey, dozens and dozens of bird species, as well as rare plants that make their home in and around Dundery Brook, and you’ll likely see some of them on your hike. The first portion of the trail is a stroller- and wheelchair-accessible boardwalk that meanders through a forested wetland and ends at Bumble Bee Pond. In addition, there is a playground just behind the elementary school perfect for picnicking and playing.

Length: 1.2 miles; 2.2 miles if you extend along Blanche’s Path; 3.6 miles if you extend along Hope’s Path
Difficulty: easy for kids
Stroller- and Wheelchair-accessible: yes!
Dogs: to ensure the safety of all visitors, please leave your dogs at home

Click here for an extensive list of guidelines for hiking with kids.
Click here to learn more about the Dundery Brook Trail.

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