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Tongue Pond Loop is a 0.5 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Cranston, Rhode Island that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, running, fishing, and road biking. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length0.5 miElevation gain9 ftRoute typeLoop
Dogs on leashKid friendlyFishingHikingRoad bikingWalkingRunningLakePaved
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Brittany Freitas
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Hiking

Trash everywhere, super sad for such a nice quick walking loop

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Andrea E.
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Walking

It’s a nice walking path around a lake. Lots of trash around too. Located Behind Texas Roadhouse and next to Lowe’s. Pretty views of the foliage on the lake. Connects to the Washington Secondary Rail Trail.

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Victoria And Jeremy Troehler
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Hiking

This was probably once a short and beautiful walk around a small pond. Today was our first time here. There is a lot of trash all around the lake and on the path. Someone has gone as far to throw shopping carts into the lake. It’s definitely the least safe trail that we’ve walked together so far. You can tell that the bones of the foundation of the paved trail and fence was developed with care and is still in good shape. This trail is in such a public and centrally located area that it’s ashamed that it has been trashed to the point that it’s accessibility is pointless. There are some truly beautiful and unique looking trees around the pond that makes us tempted to almost come back.

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Issac White
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Hiking

Nice side trail off of the George Washington Secondary - make sure to bring a big doggie bag to clean up after the pooch and maybe toss a couple bottles in this could be a special spot if folks pitched in.

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Victoria Duquette
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Hiking

Trash and broken glass everywhere. Water is also full of trash. Not very pretty unless you can peak through the trees into the middle of the water where it is clean. Don’t recommend bringing dogs due to the amount of broken glass.

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matt pinkos
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Hiking
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Real basic trail behind Texas Roadhouse

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Paul Sherman
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Hiking
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Sal Medrano
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Karina Bordas
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Rae Burgess
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Emily Forbes
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Joanna Susin
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Michael B
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Eric Weiner
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Michael B
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Michael B
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