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People really need to clean up after their dogs

10 days ago

Quick hike with challenging inclines. The view at the top is worth it!

Great hike, Idk what people are talking about. I thought the orange blazed trails were marked fine. I loved the waterfall and the running streams through the trail. A little bit of a workout but very peaceful.

Beautiful hike on the beach today. Off season and just people out for a stroll.

Nice trail in Niantic. Has a surprisingly decent amount of up & down to it. Good views of a pond. Free parking at the trailhead.

1 month ago

Completed this loop on the morning of 11/11/18, a beautiful fall day. Parked at Hell Hollow Pond (does not close until Dec) and followed the track as outlined on this page. Also did the spur south of Phillips Pond which led to a nice brook that was flowing strong due to recent rains. This spur starts at a small gate that has trees down in back of it, but the trail is there. That brought the total hike to about 4.6 miles. Nice trails, very little elevation change, only saw 1 other person.

Great hike with family and pet friendly.

Great trail for a quick walk around, only issue I had was finding which route to go. Most if it has a blue blaze telling you where the trail leads but a few quite a few intersections had none at all.

Do not do this path without the All Trails app or you will get lost. For first part off the road there are hardly any markers so stick close to the stream. Also two water crossings had no bridge across so we had to walk a mile around to a road and then cross a fallen tree to cross another.

Myself and two others hiked this trail yesterday (ages 29 to 39). We started at Kings Factory Rd and followed the trail indicated by the red line on this app. Including the 4 five minute breaks, it took us 2.5 hours, we were in no way in a hurry. It rained (1-2 inches or so) the day before so there were areas we had to make our own trail around the standing water on the trail, luckily it was a minor effort (I wore sneakers and it was no big deal). The weather was around 60 degrees and windy, many leaves covered the trail. The orange surveyors tape on the trees (to mark parts of the trail) are faded and in some places far apart (100 feet or so). Other trails do cross this trail, I found this app to be VERY helpful to verify we were on the correct trail and to give us an idea of how much was left (I use ATT cell service, I had reception the whole time). Many little creeks to observe. I also measured this trail using the app “GPS Tracks” I measured a little over 4.6 miles. I enjoyed this trail a lot and very strongly suggest it.

on Lantern Hill Trail

1 month ago

3 steep inclines but the view at the top is worth it!

1 month ago

Beautiful area! There's an easier path with great sites to see and a rough path that takes you thru the woods. Each way brings you to the top which is breath taking.

1 month ago

Did this hike today with my humans. It was a lot of rock scrambling and climbing up and over and around. I only needed assistance in a few spots. We started at the Long Pond Trail head. Some of the trail is moderately wooded and almost seems like you’re walking down a deer Path. Hiking boots are definitely recommended for the rock scrambling!!! If you are used to hiking up North (Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire) you will find this relatively easy. For Rhode Island, this is a unique trail. This trail presents with the opportunity to do a little rock scrambling that is not common in many of the Rhode Island trails. Views of the Long Pond and El Pond at this time of year are minimal due to all of the heavy foliage. The trail is well-maintained with yellow blazes. There are a few areas where you need to stop and be mindful to find the markers. It took us about 50 minutes (We took a few minutes to view El Pond)to go from our starting point to where the trail ends at the Narragansett Trail North starting point. Our trip back was much quicker at 40 minutes. Although there is supposed to be no hunting in this part of the Rockville management area we still wore our orange vest. Keep in mind this is hunting season! Get out and enjoy!!!

Lots of dogs on Sunday.

Did this hike today with my humans. It was absolutely beautiful. My 20 pound body only needed assistance over one rock scramble. Pretty heavy water flow in the gorge but we managed to get across the log with no problem. Met some really cool canines on the trail. This is a definite must do. We will go back again!

We enjoyed this very much. It was a nice loop using two different trails. We have small children 5 & 6 and they really enjoyed it.

The trail was very hard to navigate but the view was worth it once we found it. It was decently easy as far as endurance just a very steep walk to the oven and steep down from the view point.

Nice walk on the beach. Calm and peaceful in October.

Take a picture of the trail map before you head out. Around the group campgrounds, the orange blazes disappear for some reason.

Went with our family, age range from 6-35 and we had a great time. Took the orange trail, beautiful views well worth the hike!

2 months ago

After you find the right trail, the journey is great and the destiny is beautiful. As long as you follow the trail and the markers and don’t get off track, it’s a great time and a good workout. Steep inclines, loose rocks, and a beautiful view from the top. Wife approved trail ✔️

Did the trail for the first time with my 3 year granddaughters, niece and husband. It was a little scary at times because of my granddaughters ages, but then I’m a city girl from the projects in NYC. Anyway, WE LOVED IT and we plan on making hiking our thing to do on Saturday’s.

Great trail, did the trail a day after heavy rains...really slippery and we needed to improvise river crossings but the waterfalls were reallllyyyyy pretty.

nature trips
2 months ago

I'm actually just trying to ask a question. is this a good place for dogs on a leash? I never go hiking without my buddy with me so if he cant come it's not worth it!

this is such a nice trail. Haven't been hiking enough lately to be a great judge but I think, though short, it's on the higher side of moderate. But really clean and some nice little pockets of vistas. Today had a little more people than I remember in the past and a few had dogs (including off leash) but all the dogs were very calm and friendly and didn't detract from the hike. The trail is also really well marked in the areas we hiked and we saw a few families so don't be afraid to bring the kids if they are ok with some steeper climbs/descents.

My wife and hiked the north/south loop including the falls Nice well marked trails moderate degree of difficulty as advertised

it was different with both the woods n the marsh,if u go there this wknd 9/15 do not where your deer outfit because bow season starts, I didn't like the gun shots either(squirrel hunters)

Beautiful area. The main trails are more like old country roads, and very easy to walk. They begin with incredible views of the marsh, and head into the woods. Once in the woods, there are lots of little side trails that all loop back to the main trail. These are not well marked if you’re looking for blazes, but the trails themselves are very obvious for the most part. Like the other reviews say, the mosquitoes are terrible. I had on bug spray, and still got eaten alive. I paused for a sip of water, and had a swarm on me. I couldn’t even count them. Will try again when it’s cooler.

good terrain,got lost a couple times, thanks to all trails GPS all good,went off loop to pond ,definitely worth it,definitely recomended

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