Maxwell Mays

EASY 24 reviews

Maxwell Mays is a 4.5 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Coventry, Rhode Island that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is best used from April until December.

4.5 miles 308 feet Loop

kid friendly

hiking

lake

wild flowers

wildlife

hiking
9 days ago

1 month ago

We had a nice hike

hiking
2 months ago

hiking
4 months ago

walking
4 months ago

walking
4 months ago

Beautiful fall weather, quiet trails and waterfront view. Great nature walk.

5 months ago

6 months ago

Nice easy walk in the woods.

hiking
6 months ago

hiking
7 months ago

It was very pleasant. A nice walk through different areas. I was surprised not to see any birdhouses in the meadows though, since it is an Audubon area. Came across some deer as I was on my way out, so that was cool.

hiking
8 months ago

Nice trail! Although, gypsy moths have taken over the entire trail, and they were a bit of a nuisance.

hiking
9 months ago

Enjoyed this trail and will be back. Not too difficult and nice length.

10 months ago

hiking
11 months ago

Hiked the white trail. Marked well and very easy!

hiking
1 year ago

great hike. there are maps at trail head but take it with a grain pod salt. there are a couple extra trails not on the map. not difficult either. following GPS will get you list the trail is on the other side of road clearly marked by a sign. so don't turn down the road GPS says to. it is on 102

1 year ago

Great trail..only thing with all hints is the GPS is wrong to the entrance. It's right on RT 102 on the left..not off another road. See people's recorded tracks to see where it starts compared to where pin is located for location. Other than that perfect hike the trail is awesome. .

hiking
1 year ago

1 year ago

I hiked this trail on 5/8/15 - it was a late Friday afternoon after work. The address is 2082 Victory Highway, Coventry, Rhode Island. This is an actual trail and not a path, especially after the first section which goes through a field. Easy enough for all ages and skill levels, but it has enough features and small elevation changes to make it fun and interesting for everyone. I did the Carr Pond trail and then the Hammond Hill section to complete the loop. This ended up just about 3.4 miles for me which included some side exploration and it took me just about an hour. Nobody else was on the trail but it's looks pretty well worn so I'm thinking a fair amount of people must visit during peak times. I would definitely recommend this hike.