Whispers of the past can be heard all through Rhode Island, whether we’re in the bustling big city, a charming small town, or exploring in the middle of nature. That’s what makes hiking so amazing. We sometimes run into remnants of the past that we never expected to find. This picturesque trail in Rhode Island, for example, passes stunning natural scenery and leads to an abandoned summer camp. It is one of the most fascinating abandoned places in Rhode Island! 

Have you ever hiked along this awesome trail? If so, which part was your favorite? Do you have a favorite trail in Rhode Island that you would recommend? We’d love to read about your experience in the comments section below!

You might also be interested in checking out these 11 abandoned places in Rhode Island that are being reclaimed by nature.

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Where can we find other abandoned places in Rhode Island?

  • A former Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) station in Pawtucket/Central Falls is a fascinating place that has been abandoned since the 1980s.
  • Fort Wetherill, located in Jamestown, is an abandoned military fort offering stunning rocky cliff views of the town.
  • An old stone house located in Narragansett is an abandoned stone structure in a secluded area next to a sandy area of Scarborough Beach.

Read on to learn more about some of the other interesting, abandoned places in Rhode Island.

Where can we go kayaking in Rhode Island?

  • The Narrow River has several kayak launch sites that meander through the South Kingston area and beyond.
  • The Ninigret National Wildlife Refuge located in Charlestown features lagoons and salt ponds that are perfect for kayaking.
  • The Providence River Walk gives kayakers spectacular views of the city.

Read on to learn more about some of the other wonderful places to go kayaking in Rhode Island.

Where can we find bed and breakfast inns in Rhode Island?

  • The Main House of the Margin Street Inn located in Westerly was built in 1849.
  • The Bradford-Diamond Norris House located in Bristol is a beloved landmark built circa 1792 and situated in the heart of Bristol's Waterfront National Register Historic District.
  • The Cliffside Inn in Newport is an elegantly restored B&B featuring tons of spectacular architectural detailing throughout.

Read on to learn more about some of the other charming bed and breakfast inns in Rhode Island.

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