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Best Trails of Rhode Island

hiking, road biking, mountain biking, walking, running

 

#1. Arcadia Management Area
A few miles west of Interstate 95, 25 miles southwest of Providence. Although the area is relatively flat, many single-track trails roll up and down. The roads are flatter. Watch for horseback riders ...
From the guidebook "Mountain Biking Southern New England"
Hiking Trails
Providence, RI - Mountain Biking - 12 miles


#2. Arcadia Trail
A winding trail through Rhode Island’s largest protected area. Ask people in the know about hiking and biking in Rhode Island, and they’re sure to mention Arcadia Management Area, the largest manageme...
From the guidebook "Discover Rhode Island"
Hiking Trails
Exeter, RI - Hiking - 6.7 miles


#3. Burlingame State Park Campground
Burlingame State Park is a megalopolis of campgrounds. The park itself encompasses 2,100 acres. Even though it’s easy to get overwhelmed by Burlingame’s 755 sites (and no, that’s not a typo), there ar...
From the guidebook "The Best In Tent Camping: New England"
Hiking Trails
Charlestown, RI - Campgrounds


#4. George Washington Management Area
Ten miles east of Putnam, Connecticut and five miles SW of Pascoag, Rhode Island. Designed with two cut-over trails, the Walkabout Trail allows hikers to customize both tour length and difficulty. An...
From the guidebook "Hiking Southern New England"
Hiking Trails
Pascoag, RI - Hiking - 8 miles


#5. Big River Management Area
NOTE: TRAILS.COM HAS BEEN INFORMED THAT OFF-ROAD BIKING IS NOW PROHOBITED AT BIG RIVER MANAGEMENT AREA. Just off Exit 6 on Interstate 95, about 20 miles south of Providence. Although the area is flat ...
From the guidebook "Mountain Biking Southern New England"
Hiking Trails
Providence, RI - Mountain Biking - 10 miles


#6. Newport (and Beyond) Ramble
This ride draws a figure-eight loop around Newport and Middletown. The first half follows Ocean Drive along the magnificent shoreline jutting out from Newport. The second half passes from Newport's ...
From the guidebook "Best Bike Rides in New England"
Hiking Trails
Newport, RI - Road Biking - 25.7 miles


#7. Ben Utter and River Trails to Stepstone Falls
A streamside trail leads to short tumbling falls. The Ben Utter Trail was named for George Benjamin Utter, who was part of the original trails committee of the Narragansett Chapter of the Appalachian ...
From the guidebook "Discover Rhode Island"
Hiking Trails
Exeter, RI - Hiking - 3.4 miles


#8. Arcadia Management Area
A fun loop on the north side of Rhode Island’s largest protected area. With close to 40 miles of trails and dirt roads winding through its almost 14,000 acres, Arcadia is a mountain biker’s paradise. ...
From the guidebook "Discover Rhode Island"
Hiking Trails
Exeter, RI - Mountain Biking - 7.5 miles


#9. Lincoln Wood State Park
The town of Lincoln, 3.5 miles north of Providence, just off Rhode Island 146. Although the area is relatively flat, the trails roll up and down, and the riding is sometimes made challenging by loose ...
From the guidebook "Mountain Biking Southern New England"
Hiking Trails
Lincoln, RI - Mountain Biking - 2.5 miles


#10. Block Island (With or Without a Car): Offshore Touring
Anchored 12 miles off the coast of mainland Rhode Island, this bite-sized island (a mere 11 square miles) is strewn with wildflowers, dotted with shingled cottages and placid pools, crisscrossed by hu...
From the guidebook "Quick Escapes: New York City"
Hiking Trails
New Shoreham, RI - Weekend Trips

 

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