Rhode Island Nature November 09, 2018
Take This Short And Sweet Rhode Island Sculpture Trail For A Whimsical Journey
Rhode Island is loaded with pretty trails boasting enchanting forests, waterfront paths, and other stunning natural settings. There is one trail in the Ocean State that combines a beautiful woodland with whimsical man-made works of art. Let’s take a look at the short and sweet South Kingstown Sculpture Trail.
Take a short .4-mile stroll along the South Kingstown Sculpture Trail. All families will enjoy the flat loop trail on this 22-acre woodland parcel preserved by the South Kingstown Land Trust. The sculpture park was developed in 2014 and is a quiet spot to enjoy artistic creations submerged in a natural setting.
Encounter a bobble-head cow and the biggest dream catcher you've ever laid eyes on. There are more than 20 original pieces of sculpture on the trail. The fantastical creations were donated by artisans to make up the trail that winds along the west side of the property.
Whether you take the journey in solitude or with friends and family, enjoy each sculpture as it speaks to you. Enter the South Kingstown Sculpture Trail at the corner of Green Hill Beach Road and Matunuck Schoolhouse Road in the Green Hill Area. Enter the opening in the brush on the Green Hill Beach Road side of the intersection. Pick up a trail map from the black box just inside the park and you are ready to embark on this intriguing journey.
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