hiking
6 hours ago

We like this trail a lot! Today, it was a bit overgrown, making it challenging for my 3.5 year old (not tough to get through but he disliked it). It was a little tough to ensure we were properly on the trail and I would have been intimidated, had I not hiked it before. We saw the farm owner on the way out and he said he’ll be cutting the trails soon. I didn’t realize he was responsible for that. He’s a great guy and we’ve seen him on our last two hikes, which makes the experience even more enjoyable.

hiking
6 hours ago

More of a walk than a hike, better for biking. Beautiful flowers and lily pads.

hiking
over grown
rocky
21 hours ago

Unbelievable views that lead to a sandy beach!

hiking
23 hours ago

This was a really cool place to explore with the pup! Plenty of side trails to go off on. There were a few cool spots with fire pits that would make for a nice picnic spot! A cool old car is rusting away in one spot, there are the remnants of what looks like someone’s dump with tons of glass bottles in another spot, and then the foundation and cellar/well hole nearby as well! Some trails are wide and open, others are in what seems like the rainforest! Or you can walk the shore on either side of the point!

hiking
1 day ago

Nice ocean views within 1 mile of starting the trail and some gigantic rocks

hiking
bugs
1 day ago

This was an excellent trail. It was very out-of-the-way and secluded so I gave a great opportunity to be by myself and pray. There’s a great spot to stop by Buck Hill Pond. The western end of the loop is a bit easier but buggier. The eastern end of the loop is a beautiful treck through some windy woody paths.

hiking
bugs
2 days ago

hiking
bugs
2 days ago

walking
bugs
rocky
2 days ago

great walk to the water

hiking
3 days ago

Nice easy walk, good coastal / bay views when you get down to the water.

hiking
bugs
over grown
6 days ago

Trail is nice enough however there is a lot of overgrown grass over the trail & beware there is a lot of horse manure in the middle of the trail in many parts of the trail. The logging area has removed that section of the trail. Nicest section is the first part prior to crossing Rt 165

hiking
6 days ago

Miles 3-4.5 lots and lots of horse manure. Had to blaze our own trail due to loggers around mile 5. First two miles were by far our favorite.

hiking
bugs
muddy
6 days ago

Beautiful area. The recorded trail is not 4.5 miles—maybe 2.5-3. Add the offshoots to up the mileage. Lots of interesting history and geological notes posted along the trail. Pretty pond views.

Not as much scenery as I would have preferred.

road biking
7 days ago

27JUN20. Just John and I for this ride. We both wanted to try and push ourselves through the whole East Bay Bike Path at a really quick pace. I picked up John at his house at 8:30 and made sure he was wearing his sneakers this time. What I didn’t think to do was to remind John to bring his phone which he realized he had forgotten as soon as we pulled up in Providence so we decided to go back and grab it. Once we did get riding it was a very nice ride. John did almost crash into 2 different women in Barrington as we were on the wrong side of the road which everyone was nice enough to remind us of. Specifically, the guy who told John “you’re on the wrong side guy” just after John almost killed his wife. John and I had lunch at Portside Tavern, outside of course due to the”Rona”. We both went with the Portside Burger w/Parmesan Fries which didn’t disappoint. After a nice meal we hiked it back without incident and just beat the rain.

hiking
bugs
8 days ago

Super dog friendly. We did the yellow, green, red, and orange trails. Lots of birds but would defiantly recommend bug spray.

road biking
bridge out
8 days ago

A beautiful ride along the East Bay. I’m glad we started at the Bristol end: parking was easy to find, right in front of the Beehive Cafe (a great place to top off before the big ride). The trail tarmac is in excellent condition for almost the whole length, though two of the bridges were closed and we had to detour off into normal traffic to cross those waters. At the Providence end, the trail is surrounded by water on both sides; unfortunately the sewage treatment plant is on one of those sides — stinky! We biked all 13.5 miles and back, although we could have turned around when we stopped for snacks just over 10 miles out of Bristol and missed out on the sewage stank. Still beautiful, though!

Beautiful easy trail with lots of educational markers to read along the way!

road biking
10 days ago

Quick 8 mile bench mark ride

hiking
bugs
rocky
10 days ago

Beautiful rocky beach at the end of a short walks difficult with a stroller, but a hiking stroller would be fine. Great walk with kids. Parking lot is open again.

hiking
12 days ago

Very nice easy walking path. There is an area where you can go off the path and walk on the rocks, along a small beach then catch the trail again. A lot of open space.

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