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Great little trail. One of my favorite spots to take my dog on a quick hike. Very scenic with slight elevation changes. Overall a very easy trail for all. I just which the loop was a few miles longer

Nice little trail around a lake with different scenes to offer...moderate and good trail for kids...the playground is a plus for families :)

17 days ago

group of us did this hike several years ago in the summer! the views and weather were great, but the pond at the base of the summit was quite cold to swim in. would love to do it again when I visit the east coast.

18 days ago

Great trail for area. Moderate in that there are gains, rocks, roots and a blanket of dead leaves that make it slippery when wet or frosty. Beautiful wilderness best in fall or winter as no bugs. Under 4 miles to do red, yellow loops in their entirety connected by blue trail.

Great little trail full of ups and downs and a beautiful view! A messy place after rain though.

19 days ago

This is a great trail for dogs and short walks. It's half paved and half not, with a nice view of the water. My only complaint is that a small portion of the trail is always muddy and hard to get past where cars have worn in deep tire marks. If it's rained recently, I usually turn around after the sandy area ends and go back instead of making the loop.

Nice, flat trail. Pretty even with bare trees.

12.30.18. This is a drop dead gorgeous trail, with the spectacular falls providing plenty of incentive to do it. The rating for this hike is Easy, but I beg to differ. With an elevation gain of over 1000 feet in about 1.5 miles, and four stream crossings, at least one of which is scramble-worthy, this has to be at least Moderate. If you're feeling wobbly, it might be best to get up to the falls and then turn back, rather than attempt to cross the stream by the falls as it's something of a challenge, especially in winter. If you do this, make sure you have decent, waterproof boots! But altogether, a wonderful out and back hike of 3.1 miles, which took us 1 hour and 40 minutes to complete.

24 days ago

Great hike but should be moderate! People who walk their dogs should pick up after them, husband stepped in dog shit!

Great trail! but this trail was really hard.there was large outing rocks.great marks to follow.but this trail should be marked moderate or hard.there was a bunch of steep steep hills not to much mud. but whatever amount of mud there was it was thick and watery.but I love this trail!

1 month ago

Good parking lot. Well marked trail. Have red trail loop and yellow loop add on. Large boulders. Scenic views from well elevated areas. Listed as easy but should be moderate; especially in wet weather. Well maintained with one water crossing. Check it out. It is worth it. Also check out Jaswells Farm when leaving only about a mile away. Plus for those late fall winter hikers there is No hunting.

1 month ago

The trail isn't marked well but even in a light snow cover we were able to figure it out. Watch out for a few icy patches on the trail that we had to work around if you'll be on the trail in the winter. The falls were gorgeous ... parts along the cascade edges were frozen but running full force!

And we met a young porcupine near the trailhead just after the parking area! It was a bit shy ...

Great trail. Went first week of December. Was quiet. Well marked path and very scenic. Wonderful river and has numerous parts that gain elevation. Challenging for young kids. Great trail. No parking lot, but area to pull over into.

An awesome trail.the only reason I did not rate all of them is because there was no parking spot. But I love this trail!

Very pretty, easy two miles. The waterfall is a small one. From the description you might think it’s going to be a cascade fall, but it’s small and gentle and lovely. It can get very muddy in places, so wear appropriate footwear or plan to go after a spell of dry weather.

Great Hike!!! Amazing views, highly recommend. 3.5 miles or so if you hike to the top.

This was an easy trail with wonderful access over the Labor Day holiday. There were limited groups encountered on this hike and it was pet friendly. At the mid point our kids enjoyed the beach and playing in the water.

Nice easy trail for a quick time out,
got to see some snapping turtles.

Great trail. Well maintained and marked. I would have given it a five if I’d run into less people along the trail.

Lots of ups and downs . A bit challenging with leaves covering rocks and stumps. Have your hiking boots on and take it slow in the Fall.

Easy trail and clearly marked. I'm thinking this might be a good place to snowshoe in the winter!

Easy trail around the big with informative signs along the way. We saw some wildlife, turtles and squirrels, and the kids enjoyed learning more about the cranberry bogs.

2 months ago

Really well marked, beautiful, and was lucky to have it all to myself while connecting the red and yellow trails. Saw a snake, it was cool.

2 months ago

Great hike with dog

This is a fun walk, ups & downs are mostly easy, with a few steep exceptions. I skirted the outer edges of the hill on my second trip there, increasing the distance to 3.1 miles.

3 months ago

I loved everything minute of this hike, but I would not rate it is easy. It is a continual uphill walk through the woods, over roots and rocks. I felt like I needed to be looking down the entire time to watch my footing. The trail was a very well marked at the bottom and the top, but the middle section less so and I know I got off the trail at some point. Nevertheless, I loved this trail. I walked up the trail, and took the road back down which was beautiful itself but in a different way.

3 months ago

Great hike but we got lost a few times when the trail was not clearly marked. St one time we were following a route to add to our trip and ended up at a brook with such dense greenery we couldn’t continue and had to back track.

3 months ago

Quiet, very few people. Bouldery hills typical for western Rhode Island. Ledges with a picnic table at the top of one. A pretty pond. Nothing spectacular but decent.

3 months ago

Tried Connors Farm on a whim after doing a map-based search for what was close by, and I came away with my new favorite woods walk. I've taken my dog a couple of times now, and even on a holiday I only encountered one other party on the trail, plus some folks who were climbing the boulders close to the start of the red loop. For a relatively short set of trails, this spot has really interesting terrain and is just so pleasant to walk through. If the timing and conditions are right, there is also an amazing variety of mushrooms and fungi that grow along the trails. I live in Providence, and I highly recommend this place for a little woods refresh.

3 months ago

The trail was not well marked, but thankfully there was enough foot traffic that it was easy to follow your way to the falls (which are beautiful, but smaller than expected).

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