Rhode Island Hiking, Nature March 24, 2017
7 Magnificent Trails You Have To Hike In Rhode Island Before You Die
Rhode Island is filled with gorgeous nature sites! While the beaches get most of the attention, there are also amazing parks and hiking trails just waiting to be explored. Here are seven of some of the most incredible hikes that should definitely be added to your must visit list this spring and summer!
1. Tri State Loop, Pascoag
This amazing hike is just around 5 miles and is found in the northern part of the state. The trail momentarily passes through sections of both Connecticut and Massachusetts, as the name suggests and is as fun as it is lovely! You can find the entrance to the hike at the Buck Hill Management Area parking lot on Buck Hill Road in Pascoag.
2. Barton Woods Train, Tiverton
This 3.5 mile trail is located at Fort Barton in Tiverton. The trail is set aside the Sin and Flesh Brook with beautiful wildflowers and many other gorgeous views to behold. This trail is considered intermediate and can be found at 340 Highland Road.
3. Parker Woodlands, Coventry
This gorgeous place is found at 1670 Maple Valley Road in Coventry. Hiking trails are scattered across this 860 acre property. Explore amazing old forest land, rock cairns, and dazzling brooks at Parker Woodlands.
4. Cemetery Trail at Pardon Gray Preserve, Tiverton
This 3.5 mile trail is an easy walking path through a historic cemetery and beautiful fields in Tiverton. It is also connected to two additional trails, giving you the option to extend your hiking adventures! Find it off Route 77 in Tiverton.
5. Browning Woods Trail, South Kingstown
The 2.5 mile trail found at Browning Woods is a gorgeous hike alongside a lovely stream. The remains of the Browning Homestead are wonderful to explore along the route found off Route 1 and Shannock Road.
6. Burlingame State Park, Charlestown
This state park isn't just known for its amazing fishing and hiking. It also has arguably the best camping in the state. Equipped with many wonderful trails to choose from, you can find this place off Routes 1 and 216.
7. Ocean View Loop at Sachuest Point National Wildlife Refuge, Middletown
This 1.5 mile trail is situated along the ocean and is one of the most breathtaking spots in the state! You can find the refuge at 769 Sachuest Point Road in Middletown on Aquidneck Island.
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