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Very nice trail within Wompatuck State Park. There is free parking and plenty of it at the Cohasset MBTA station. The trail is listed as 1.6 miles, but it is actually longer than this as my TrailLink map was showing me as being off the trail but with still some trail to be had. The trail is nicely paved and alternates from the narrow and woodsy to the wide and open. On the day I went there were a few people on the trail with me such as walkers, joggers, fellow bikers, dog-walkers, moms with strollers, etc., but it was not crowded at all.
We started the trail in East Dennis and enjoyed the scenic ride! Easy ride, well marked- this trail is well maintained compared to other trails we've ridden. Great fall day ride!
Rolled in from CT to check this out and am glad we did! Super easy ride with minimal elevation changes and beautiful scenery. Missed the parking at the train station but eventually figured it out. Be sure to head east after the trail ends at Mumford St. to reach Narragansett Bay and the Towers. Spectacular sight!
Great location and scenery, would recommend this to anyone.
This is an attractive trail. The map at the beginning seemed inaccurate, bc it shows circular trail(s) on each side of river but we couldn’t find any on the other side. Besides that, it was very noisy with highway noise from I-05.the VERY noisy
Easy to ride, shaded, lined, only 7 miles
Hands down so far the best one I have been on. From beautiful Bristol and all the shops to Warren Barrington Riverside east Providence and Fox point providence. The views are second to none. I have ridden many times for a quick ride or spend the day always worth it.
I enjoyed this bikeway very much. You end at a beach what can be better than that. Was the right amount of challenge but if you go at a slower pace can be peaceful with plenty to see
I enjoyed the waterfalls and there were some challenging hills. I wish there were more areas to stop and enjoy shops or restaurants. There are a couple of parks. All in all not a bad bikeway.
My friend and I began our bike ride at the Buzzards Bay Recreation Area. We biked the entire length of the canal, to Scusset Beach. (about 7 miles) We parked our bikes and walked to the beach, took a swim then headed back. On the way back we stopped at the Herring Run parking lot, crossed the street and had an amazing Lobster Roll at Barlow's Clam Shack! It was a perfect day! There is an amazing splash pad at the Buzzards Bay Recreation Area, perfect for families! And its free! I am going to bring my grandson next time for sure!
We have biked this trail almost every year for the past 12 years. We plan our entire summers and cottage location on the proximity to this trail.
Biked the trail out and back on 8/5/19. New west end is smooth as butter; older east and northern parts have root bumps but are fine. Consider riding your hybrid, gravel, or mountain ride instead of your skinny bike. There are many road crossings but the Cape Cod drivers are amazingly respectful. They all stop. Be very very careful anyway, of course. 5 star trail.
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