Lincoln Woods Trail is a 3.4 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Lincoln, Rhode Island that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Some of the best bouldering in New England here
I grew up going to this park and have always loved it, so much to do, fishing,hiking,biking,canoeing and kayaking and horse back riding. Hreat place to walk ypur dog but must be on a leash.
One of my favorite parks in the area. This park offers a lot. Hiking, kayaking, beach, cycling, picnic grounds. It never gets old, love it!
Great hike. Nicely marked
Very nice. Woods, roadways and a nice lake. Parking at the entrance could be better
I both hiked the trails and walked the 2.5-mile roadway -- just to get some extra steps in, since hiking is more my interest. The walking "path" is actually a roadway -- traffic is slow enough, but it's still something to contend with. But the wooded hiking trails are well worth the trip! At times, the trails meander around Olney Pond and provide some fairly challenging footpaths. . . but the distances are not terribly long. A great place for a 90-minute jaunt, perhaps, but don't plan to spend the better part of a day there.
Great place so much things to do in here!
I enjoyed it, took my family and my dog, beautiful day and lots of spots to let my puppy swim.
Lots of cars and not really in the woods
one of the best mountain biking destinations in southern new england. anything from easy trails to serious downhill. unmarked trails make it difficult for newcomers though, and there are a LOT of intersecting trails.