Sprague Farm Town Forest Loop is a 3.7 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Chepachet, Rhode Island that offers the chance to see wildlife and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, running, and nature trips and is best used from March until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length3.7 miElevation gain213 ftRoute typeLoop
Dogs on leashkid friendlyHikingNature tripsWalkingRunningForestWildlife
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A scenic Glocester Land Trust property. Trails are a mix of wide old farm roads and forest trails. Route includes Sprague Trail, Haystack Hill Trail, Col. Anthony Trail, Jedediah's Trail, Cemetery, Lydia's Trail and Jenk's Trail.

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Laura Farlow
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Didn't heed the warning about the yellow trail, definitely still flooded. But a great little hike nonetheless. Used my yak trax on my boots. Cool to see all the history here.

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Joe Zuffoletti
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Becky Pellegrino
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For starters- don't follow Waze. Look for this on Pine Orchard. As for the

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ellsn stangro
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Nice trail, very clean. The yellow trail is impassable because of water.

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mark farrar
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Helena Willis
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Carla Colcord
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Great short wooded walk! Very well marked. Beautiful stone walls and vernal pools. We’ll definitely be back for all seasons. Hunting is allowed so next time we’ll wear our orange. Our dogs loved it too.

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Kristen Meizoso
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Beautiful winter hike. The part that says it is flooded is definitely flooded. This route was just right.

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Gwen Emery
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Very quiet and easy relaxing walk. Some old stone structures and miles of stone walls. Wear orange during hunting season. Some poop on the trail.

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Sarah Jones
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Awesome trail! Defiantly top 5 in RI!

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Brendan Corley
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Christopher LeBlanc
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HikingGreat!

Parking lot. Many trail options. Be aware if you take a quick right because that trail does have some wet areas. Great mix of pine, hickory, and oak forests. Lots of mountain laurel. A few great geocaches. Can make shorter or longer with trail options. Worth it.

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HELEN Sisco
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Beautiful hike, lots to notice, foundations, brooks, granite bridges. Orange is a must to wear during hunting season here. Also, notice a missing piece on the map of Anthony's Trail, is an area of swamp impossible to hike through unless you're wearing high rubber boots. Otherwise be prepared to turn around. Nicely kept trails, thank you.

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Jason Marchant
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Clement Marrese
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Easy trail. Nice walk!

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Lori Nero
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Carrie Readey
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Michelle Mach
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We had the trail to ourselves on a Saturday AM, the hike was well marked and beautiful. Loved the stone bridges and foundations.

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David Mollo
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HikingGreat!

Beautiful trails. No traffic noise makes you feel secluded and peaceful. Lots of historic foundations to explore. Only complaint is there aren't any water features but nonetheless the area is gorgeous and makes you feel like you are in a truly ancient New England forest.

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Julia Anne
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WalkingGreat!

It was a great walk. Clear paths, well marked. Forgot it was hunting season so orange is a must!

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susan norden
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Wonderful hike with the Bucketlist Girls Paths were nice and wide and the foliage was beautiful. No issues with roots sticking up, just be extra careful with leaves covering the rocks.

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annette goldberg
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Beautiful, quiet, peaceful walk through the woods. Dogs loved it. Just a few other folks around.

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Xing Peng
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An easy walk for beginner. You can see some historical scenes during hiking. But no elevation or water/lake.

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Heather Knowlan
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HikingGreat!

We went around 10:20 AM on a Saturday and didn’t see anyone on the trail until we were leaving. Our dog loved it and the path was shady and clear.

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nic Wood
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Emily White
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Easy walk through the woods. Well maintained trails. A few people, but not too crowded.

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Wendy Iannotta
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Christine Gallo
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Carla Shockley
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Well marked and shaded the whole time. Not many bugs. Some elevation gain and lots of scenic changes along the way. I loved the informative signs.

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Jessica Berndt
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We walked the Sprague loop and somehow managed to end up on the Haystack Route. We looped around and decided to see where we wandered off. Successfully completely wandered off-route. A few of the paths had fallen trees covering them from last week's storm. It's a beautiful area. We will totally visit again. I didn't find it any buggier than any other wooded area in August. It was super quiet and lush with ferns and birds. It was precisely what I had wanted, minus the wandering off route (but that is my fault, not the path)

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