Explore the most popular snowshoeing trails in Rhode Island with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Great workout with inclines and stepping over rocks and such. Would definitely go back.

not the greatest. I ended up by the baseball field before turning around to take another path. I did see a beautiful hawk but there was a lot of trash and was too easy for my liking.

Used to go as a kid and it’s so much fun to walk on hills, see beautiful wildlife, great scenery!

Fun hike through varied terrain. Long grass on both sides of the trail meant Long pants and sleeves were needed.

Went for a nice trail run here. Parked at the end of Lafayette Rd and ran to the other end of the yellow trail, then took the red-green detour on the way back. Overall, it was a great run with varied terrain. In some places, the roots and rocks required that I walk, but this was a very small portion. The canopy offered lots of shade and the trails were dry given the lack of rain. I only ran into 3 other people and a total of about 6 dogs. None of the dogs were on the leash, but that didn't bother me, as they were all well-behaved. Followed up with a double-dip cone down the road at Gray's to make it a great outing.
The main trails are relatively well-marked at intersections, although there were some other intersections with minor trails that were not. However, with a good idea of the direction I wanted to go and the All Trails app, I did just fine. Will definitely be back.

Beautiful trail and scenery.. unfortunately, too many off-leash dogs makes it an unpleasant place to hike.

So much of this once beautiful place has fallen in disrepair. lots of trash around where haunted hill is done as well as along the blue trail to the top. vigorous climbing up if your looking for some leg work!

15 days ago

awesome trail, and clearly marked.

only 1.5 miles if you stick by pond didnt have full map til return.Wish we had whole map. Nice clear and flat

Beautiful bike ride right by the water. Just recently repaved. My favorite summer activity!

The WWII Memorial trail was closed for environmental restoration as of July 26 2018

trail running
26 days ago

I love doing tempo runs here on the wide trails, usually finding a nice breeze near the water and one solid (albeit small) hill. The trail has sections with lots of small, loose rocks, but footing is good overall. The one watchout is the deer flies in the summer months! Wear a hat and be prepared for them to bother you. My pace was much faster due to them!

Nice little spot.

Trail is not one to get going fast. There are dozens of road crossings with stop signs for the trail traffic. Also, many of the walkers will walk strollers 2 abreast with no concern for approaching traffic. Even bikers will take up the whole trail and not clear until you call, "on your left. "

Great walk for kids and pets.

Not marked well at all. Very easy to end up on the wrong trail back to your vehicle.

Lots of ways to do these breakheart area trails. Today we did this loop roughly with a side trip to Alton Jones Whispering Pines campus to fetch our dog Zip, who decided it was more fun to chase deer than pay attention to us!

Beautiful peaceful hike. Trail was pretty easy, lots of roots and rocks to be aware of but we loved it.

Great trail! The scenery is beautiful everywhere you look! Be careful for slippery wet rocks, my husband and I just went today and a flat rock on the trail did not look so bad until I went down! We found some really pretty rocks as well! There are some areas where you get a little off trail because markers are hard to find but all in all we had a great time!

road biking
1 month ago

This is by far the most beautiful bike trail I have explored. The views are outstanding. My favorite so far!

Very nice place to hike, but the trails/paths are NOT marked and there are many. Right from the start, we were continually wondering which way to go. Luckily we had Map My Walk going on the cell phone which helped us find our way back to the very nice parking area at the head of the trail. With some trail markings, this would be an excellent place to hike.

Hiked this loop on 6/13/2018. Although its a nice hike, there is literally 2 miles worth of knee high grass out of 6.3 miles. It could use some traffic to matt it down!

This is a nice set of trails. Unlike many previous reviews, I did not have a difficult time navigating the blazes. They are inconsistently spaced, but clear. The sights involve high voltage power lines, and some of the trails are very gravelly paths that follow the power lines. Not my favorite. The wooded areas are lovely, but you will need bug spray! Even with my bug spray on, I had a constant swarm around my head and left with several bites.

If it wasn’t for the app we would had taken a very different route. The trail wasn’t marked at all. To start it you have to go between private property.

Excellent trail and beautiful views , the green trail has some advanced hiking points.

Good after work trail along both trail sides of the reservoir but the busy road portion through me off. Don’t wear trail shoes, you just need regular shoes!

My Fiancé and I gave this trail a go today and we really enjoyed it! The water views were great and it was a great walk through the wild life! Our only complaint is that finding markers on the way back were more difficult and confusing. They did leave maps however, which helped us greatly! We would definitely do this hike again!

This was an okay trail! Got lost very easily with those trail markers and it was tick central. Very beautiful but probably wouldn’t go back just because of the high grass and ticks because of the dog. Super muddy points and lots of fern leaves!

This is a great 2.5 mile walk. Brought our 13 year old son and he enjoyed it as well. Loved the signage along the trail.

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