Most People Don’t Know There’s a Kayak Park Hiding In Rhode Island
Many know Lincoln Woods State Park for its huge boulders and great trails, but this Rhode Island gem is also a fantastic kayaking park. Olney Pond provides 128 acres of freshwater to explore within the heart of the park and paddling is the perfect way to view it. The best part — you don’t need any experience or even your own kayak.
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Have you ever paddled around at this kayaking park? Share your experiences and pictures in the comments section below. If you’d rather take a boat ride that doesn’t require any paddling, check out this ferry tour or this lobster boat trip.
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