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Best Hiking Trails in Providence

Expert recommended Top 3 Hiking Trails in Providence, Rhode Island. All of our hiking trails face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve only the best!

NEUTACONKANUT HILL CONSERVANCY

Legion Memorial Drive, Providence, RI 02909

Since 2010

Swimming Pool, Basketball Court, Trail Running, Baseball Fields, Birding, Walking, Dogs on Leash, Playing Fields, Mountain Biking, Wild Flowers, Skateboard Area, Forest Lake, Nature Trips, Beach & Road Biking

To preserve forever, its beautiful Oak and Hickory forest, fields of wildflowers, its meadows, valleys, ravines, geological outcroppings, stone walls, natural springs and brooks; maintain it as a natural habitat for deer, fox, wild turkey, and the many small animals and birds that have made, and still make, their home on the Hill. Focus is preserving in perpetuity the 88 acres of open space on the steep slopes and the forested land on top of the Hill. 200 acres of the Neutaconkanut Hill land

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BLACKSTONE PARK

31 Parkside Road, Providence, RI 02906

Since 2000

Wildlife, Walking, Wild Flowers, Beach, Road Biking, Trail Running, Kid Friendly, Birding, Fishing, Nature Trips, Lake, Dogs on Leash & Mountain Biking

The Park is enjoyed by walkers, birders, and fishermen/women, as well as bypassing bicyclists, runners, and motorists. It has managed to fly high up to safety while dogs below are running and barking. 45-acre natural woodland. It contains two ponds, York Pond and Hockey Pond, and some open meadow

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EAST BAY BIKE PATH

Two Capitol Hill, Providence, RI 02903

Since 1987

Paved Cycling, Jogging Trail, Trail Running, Wildlife, Walking, Dogs on Leash, Road Biking, Running, Nature Trips, Mountain Biking & Fishing

The route is one of the most popular multiuse trails in Rhode Island. India Point Park is a good place to embark on a journey on the East Bay Bike Path. The path follows the former Providence and Bristol Railroad and is mostly flat, with the exception of a large hill as the path switches from an alignment alongside Veterans Memorial Parkway in East Providence to the former rail right-of-way

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