Rome Point Trail is a 2.4 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Saunderstown, Rhode Island that features a river 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
cross country skiing
Great adventure for the whole family. Easy for kids. Best of both worlds. Collect shells, Catch low tide and watch the seals basking in the sun and playing in the ocean. We saw around 60 seals. Bring your binoculars to get a closer view. I have 1 complaint. We brought our dog with us for the adventure, which he loved. Maybe they could provide a pet waste bag station at the start of the trail and a disposal barrel midway down the trail and just before you enter the shore. I think it would help with people cleaning up after their pets.
Great fun with easy trails. Wish there were more to it!!
Very fun easy trail with seals at the point . Would do it again !!
Easy trail to follow until you get to the shore where having this app with the map made it clear we were going the right way! Never have I walked on the seaside as a trail. Fantastic
The scenery changes drastically every 1/2 mile which made it fantastic to discover something new the whole way.
great for kids and love the views of the bay. good for a quick trail run too
love this trail.
one of our favorite hikes, bonus is seeing the harbor seals offshore at low tide!
Honestly it was amazing! Went with my boyfriend and it starts off with woods and we found some cool rock figures (I think a home), it breaks out into a Bay Area. We went as the sun was was setting and the view was gorgeous, and by fate perhaps we went on an off trail and found a few deer! Definitely would recommend for nature lovers.
Easy hike with some very cool finds and some great views! Definitely a nice day hike if you follow the main trail all the way to the end where it opens to the waterfront for awesome views of the water and Jamestown. Follow the loop (unmarked) trail that goes through the peninsula back for even more cool finds and views. Be prepared for a lot of trash on and off the trails however, and a lot of dog waste, in and out of bags left behind by negligent owners.