Portsmouth, RI Atv Trails and Maps

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Blackstone River Greenway

Actual Path

June, 2020 by josephspaziano

The actual bike path, itself, is just a bit over 11 miles. The southern end starts at Blackstone Valley Prep high school in Cumberland. The northern end starts in Woonsocket near Mendon rd. It does connect to the East Bay, but it is about 7 miles of street in between Cumberland and Providence.

East Bay Bike Path

Superb Ride + Lunch @ Sunset Cafe

June, 2020 by matthewgray.design

Smooth ride with few interruptions. Fairly busy but it was a sunny Sunday and Father's Day. The trail maintenance was immaculate minus a minor detour in Barrington; they had it temporarily blockaded for tree trimming work.

Polite riders and walkers along the way. Loved the trail-friendly stops and shops from beginning to end. Watchemoket Cove isthmus is truly picturesque.

Must stop at Sunset Cafe in Bristol! Cheerful mom-and-pop serving up hearty and flavorful sandwiches for a fair price.

G & S Trolley trail

Great short, basic trail!

June, 2020 by ale8sailor

This trail is great for beginners, especially for my kids who just started riding without training wheels. There are a few moderate hills that may be difficult for single-speed bikes. Overall great experience with potential offshoots to Haley Farm, Bluff Point, and more.

Accordion

Ten Mile River Greenway

Lovely Hidden Walking Trail

June, 2020 by mburdick13

I’ve lived just over the border of MA my whole life and never knew about this trail. Really lovely hidden gem! Particularly for walking since it’s only 3 miles, but there were many bikers that passed by. Would recommend to anyone considering a visit. It’s shaded and flat.

Ten Mile River Greenway

Scenic, quiet, pretty flat

June, 2020 by emfish1212

Very few people which is a big plus in the time of COVID-19. Beautiful views of waterfowl. Nice paths to walk or bike off-road also!

Washington Secondary Bike Path

Scenic, quiet, very flat

June, 2020 by emfish1212

Very well paved, very pretty, and almost empty, which is a big plus in the time of COVID-19.

East Bay Bike Path

Beautiful and flat

June, 2020 by emfish1212

Really a wonderful ride. Took off one star because it's pretty heavily trafficked, which is a drawback in the time of COVID-19.

Blackstone River Greenway

Scenic, quiet, very flat

June, 2020 by emfish1212

Very well paved, very pretty, and almost empty, which is a big plus in the time of COVID-19.

Alfred J. Lima Quequechan River Rail Trail

best trail ever

June, 2020 by bryan.constantino

Awesome trail to walk I walk there every day nice and peaceful I like all the different sounds nature,traffic nice people on trail a lot of regulars so on the way you meet new friends best trail ever

Quonset Point Bike Path

Good Short Walk

June, 2020 by bokar11

Park at end of Marine Rd NK. NOT by Home Goods. good 1.25 mile walk each way . Many areas of the trail is in the shade.

Cape Cod Canal Bikeway

check the weather!

June, 2020 by breebrasil

It was a beautiful, easy ride from the bay to the point, and a hardcore workout on the way back! You see, it was fine weather with the wind to our back from the bay, but as soon as we hit the point, it started raining and we were heading into the wind in the way back, so it was. It an easy ride, but sure was a great workout!! Definitely check the weather when you are headed there- it was sunny and warm at home, but 63 and foggy when we arrived...tho no prediction of rain . We’re definitely going back again.

Southern New England Trunkline Trail

Not worth doing in its entirety

May, 2020 by madisonegaudet

I started the trail with the hopes of finishing the entire thing by walking. The current construction on the Franklin portion of the trail made that very difficult to do. Furthermore, it is labeled decently enough through Franklin, portions of Bellingham and Blackstone, and then again once you reach Douglas State Forest. However, there are many miles that are unclear and involve walking through towns and near the highway. Trail maps also occasionally led us in the wrong direction. This trail was extremely difficult due primarily to the vague instruction. Some sections were very nice, but I don’t think it’s worth doing it in it’s entirety.

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