The Hike To This Pretty Little Rhode Island Waterfall Is Short And Sweet

If you’re a dedicated waterfall chaser, you may think that you’ve seen them all in Rhode Island. But this pretty little waterfall is tucked away on an often overlooked natural area in the Ocean State. Just off of Route 44 in Greenville lies the Ken Weber Conservation Area at Cascade Brook. Nestled away inside this woodland property is a waterfall reachable by a one-mile trail. Are you ready to get started?

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Address: Mapleville Road, Greenville, RI 02828

If you’re looking to spend a little bit more time in Rhode Island’s great outdoors, then load up the car and head out on this two-day adventure full of hiking, kayaking, and camping.