The One Hikeable Lake In Rhode Island That’s Simply Breathtaking In The Fall

There’s no doubt that fall is the best time to hike in Rhode Island. The sweaty days of summer are behind us but it’s not yet too cold, the air is crisp and refreshing, and of course the foliage is absolutely gorgeous. If you’re looking for the perfect fall hike, we have just the spot for you.

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You can find the parking lot for Tillinghast Pond Management Area at 52 Plain Rd., West Greenwich, RI 02817.

If you can’t get enough of Rhode Island’s glorious nature, check out this list of magnificent trails.