Providence, Rhode Island

Hike The Neutaconkanut Trails

Originally added by Aden Annane

This park offers a range of difficulties of trails for hikers of all experiences. There is also a high grade slope at the beginning which offers a beautiful overlook of the city at the top.

To enter the park, you first have to go through a field and past a baseball park. Next, you will see a high slope, you can either enter the trails through here or the stairs at the side. Some of the trails are overgrown and may have ticks or poison ivy so be careful. This place is good for kids and pets, just make sure you keep your dogs on lead. Some of the red trails are sharp downhills so make sure you are experienced with hiking before you wander down one. 

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Dog Friendly
Family Friendly
Forest
Scenic
Wildflowers
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Scenic view of the city

Also offers a few monuments and is sufficiently challenging for everyone!

We want to acknowledge and thank the past, present, and future generations of all Native Nations and Indigenous Peoples whose ancestral lands we travel, explore, and play on.

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