Rhode Island September 14, 2017
This Dreamy Road Trip Will Take You To The Best Fall Foliage In All Of Rhode Island
Rhode Island is a perfect place to be during the fall season. Some would say that the best part about autumn in New England is the breathtaking foliage, but it’s important to know where go to in each state to see the leaves changing. We know that
the peak of the 2017 season in this tiny state will occur in late September into early October, so start planning now to go on this wonderful road trip to see the best fall foliage in the state of Rhode Island.
Here's a link
to the Google Map that will take you to the places on this road trip. Let's get started!
1. Weetamoo Woods, Tiverton
Weetamoo Woods is a beautiful forested area found in the scenic East Bay area of Rhode Island.
There is a total of seven miles of trails within Weetamoo with three different trailheads to choose from. Find it off Route 77 in Tiverton.
2. Lincoln Woods State Park, Lincoln
This 627 acre state park is situated around Olney Pond off Manchester Road in Lincoln. Driving through the park, or parking to enjoy a fantastic hike through the foliage are two equally wonderful options.
3. Sprague Farm, Burrillville
Sprague Farm found in the small town of Chepachet on Pine Orchard Road boasts more than 1,000 acres of forestland and diverse wildlife. Many of the land's hiking trails offer vistas that are ideal for taking in the beautiful changing leaves.
4. George B. Parker Woodland, Coventry
Found at 1670 Maple Valley Road is Parker Woodland. This wildlife area boasts more than six miles of trails and is perfect in every season.
5. Big River Management Area, West Greenwich
Big River Management area can be found on Nooseneck Hill Road and is a massive state management area offering dense forestland in West Greenwich. Taking a drive through this part of the state is a perfect way to take in some of the most beautiful trees in Little Rhody.
6. John H. Chafee Nature Preserve, North Kingstown
John H. Chafee Nature Preserve can be found on Boston Neck Road in the town of North Kingstown. Your drive to the nature area will be filled with lush greenery along the way.
7. Burlingame State Park, charlestown
In addition to absolutely stunning foliage, Burlingame holds more than 3,000 acres of New England wilderness with ponds full of amazing fishing, fire pits, and its very own beach. Find it at Burlingame State Park Road in Charlestown.
There are so many places near home to see the leaves changing colors. If you’re looking for more fall fun activities,
here’s a list of picture-perfect fall day trips you can take around throughout Little Rhody.