This Stunning Rail Trail In Rhode Island Has The Most Spectacular Views

Fall is a fabulous time to get outside for a walk. The crisp air and changing leaves provide the perfect setting to enjoy the outdoors to the fullest. While a strenuous trek through the woods may not be everyone’s cup of tea, Rhode Island’s rail trails are accessible to everyone. Flat paved paths that run either on abandoned rail lines and canal paths or alongside active train tracks are much easier to navigate than traditional hiking trails. The Blackstone River Greenway over 11 scenic miles to enjoy.

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Have you ever walked or biked the Blackstone River Greenway? Share your experiences and photos in the comments section below or in our Rhode Island Nature Lovers Group on Facebook. If you love going for a hike, you’ll also want to explore this island sanctuary with ten different trails to choose from.