A Hike Through Fisher Brook Wildlife Refuge Will Take You To The Most Spectacular Fall Foliage In Rhode Island
Autumn has arrived and it’s time to get outside and enjoy Rhode Island’s fall colors. Put on your walking shoes and take a break with a stroll in the woods to surround yourself with the vibrant canopy. Enjoy the cool air and the crunch of fallen leaves under your feet on this fall foliage hike at Fisherville Brook Wildlife Refuge.
Get lost for an autumn afternoon in the vibrant foliage at Fisherville Brook Wildlife Refuge in Exeter. It is the largest and one of the most diversely beautiful properties owned by the Audubon Society of Rhode Island.
Enjoy a short jaunt or a longer outing on more than five miles of well-marked paths. The trails are easy for even the littlest legs to navigate, so bring the whole family for a leaf-peeping excursion.
The refuge contains a diverse landscape of fields, forest, ponds, streams, and cedar swamp. During autumn, the trees burst into bold colors in every direction.
There are quaint footbridges crossing over gurgling streams and even a small waterfall. And you'll find plenty of spots that are worthy of a photo or two.
The property even houses a historic cemetery - a perfect diversion to visit during the Halloween season.
Pack a picnic and enjoy lunch under the stunning canopy of yellow, orange, and red. It's easy to spend a few hours surrounded by the autumn colors.
The 1,010-acre wildlife refuge is open sunrise to sunset daily. Plan your visit now before the fall colors fade away.
Learn more about Fisherville Brook Wildlife Refuge by visiting the Audubon Society of Rhode Island
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