There’s Nothing Quite As Magical As The Tunnel Of Trees You’ll Find At King/Benson Preserve In Rhode Island

For those of us who live in the smallest state in the nation, we are lucky to have the incredible, breathtaking scenery we do. Between sandy beaches, gorgeous waterways, parks, islands, and nature preserves, natural beauty abounds throughout the state. If you find yourself in Saunderstown, head to the King/Benson Preserve for a hike to experience a magical scene like nowhere else in Rhode Island.

Have you ever hiked along the trails at the King/Benson Preserve to see the tunnel of trees? If so, please share your experience and any photos you have in the comments. For trail information, visit AllTrails and for more information on the King and Benson Preserves, visit The Nature Conservancy website.

You can read about another scenic trail, Osprey Point Trail at Trustom Pond National Wildlife Refuge, in this post.


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Address: King/Benson Preserve, 2203 Boston Neck Rd, Saunderstown, RI 02874, USA