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Mohegan Bluffs
Beaches, Geologic Formations, Hiking Trails
Mansion Beach
Piers & Boardwalks, Beaches, Biking Trails
Mohegan Bluffs
Beaches, Geologic Formations, Hiking Trails
Cliff Walk
Historic Walking Areas, Hiking Trails, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Sachuest Point National Wildlife Refuge
National Parks, Nature & Wildlife Areas
Napatree Point
Nature & Wildlife Areas
Water Place Park and Riverwalk
Historic Walking Areas, Nature & Wildlife Areas, Parks, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Norman Bird Sanctuary
Nature & Wildlife Areas
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Colt State Park Bristol
Colt State Park is the gem of RI w it's beach, kids playgrounds , walking paths, bike paths, boat ramp, tennis courts, basketball courts, baseball fields, soccer fields, bocce courts, picnic areas.
Looking for a beautiful, natural day of solitude, then consider Colt State Park in Bristol RI, whether you enjoy bike paths, barbecue pits, or open fields for picnicking, this is the perfect venue for you.
Mohegan Bluffs New Shoreham
Lovely wild flowers, one can just sit by the cliffs and admire the harmony and beauty of Nature.
The beach is too crowded close to the steps if it's a hot day so if you are there for the day, keep walking and park your stuff 100+yards to the right.
This park provides ample opportunity to soak in the Atlantic coastline while watching a sunset or bird watching along the miles of well kept nature trails.
I have been walking the trails at Sachuest Point National Wildelife Refuge for many years and I have to say that is one of the most wonderful spots on Aquidneck Island to walk and commune with nature.
Cliff Walk Newport
The Cliff Walk is one of the several unique reasons (old harbor town, sandy ocean beach, mansions, jazz festival, abundant nature and gardens) to be in Newport and spectacular to view the 50-100ft high cliffs and...
Very easy to reach and park.. and it's so beautiful and easy to walk on the well-paved cliff.. there is one small stone area but I crossed even with a baby and stroller.. and those mansions looks great as you walk...
7 Ways to experience it
Visited Beavertail while in Jamestown and visited on a rainy day and the waves and ocean were fierce and awesome to see! What a great park, some hiking available and just a great overall place to enjoy the ocean a...
Wonderful family experience, we have a house on Jamestown Island and I cannot get enough of Beavertail lighthouse Park it's a wonderful place to spend an afternoon visit the aquarium in the lighthouse museum in al...
The park like grounds are straight out of A.D. The plant life is very diverse and interesting.
Blithewold was built by a nature loving industrial family from Pennsylvania who cherished this wonderful piece of land abutting Bristol harbor.
Brenton Point State Park on ocean drive is a perfect spot to enjoy family time.. picnic, flying kites, watching the surf, relaxing - views of the ocean incredible..
Located on Aquidneck Island at the point of land where Narragansett Bay meets the Atlantic Ocean, midway along renowned Ocean Drive in Newport, Rhode Island, the park offers majestic vistas as well as picnicking f...
I highly recommend Fort Adams State Park with its huge variety of events and its close proximity to the numerous activities and restaurants available in Newport!
The complete lineup of musicians were outstanding and it was a perfect day at Fort Adams Park.
5 Ways to experience it
Nice beach for walking or kite flying in April when we were there, and the nearby nature reserve had nice flat walking loop with Ocean and Bay views and birds.
We usually get there by 9:30 and the parking lot is almost full, especially if you want to park near the bathhouse.
Southwick's Zoo Mendon 31.7 km away
Very knowledgeable volunteers brought us across half of the park an hour before opening, which was a wonderful opportunity to see some of the animals.
And there's the DEER PARK (no extra charge) which is several acres of woods you can wander in (as long as you stay on part of the broad path that circles through it) while you're surrounded by various breeds of de...