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Blackstone River Greenway

Beautiful trail with waterfalls

September, 2020 by michel1030

This is a beautiful bike path, easy to moderately easy (has a couple hills) that runs along the Blackstone River. So many places to stop and see the water, especially at the falls. As other reviewers mentioned, GPS goes a little crazy here and took us out of our way-- it does not recognize Rivers Edge Recreation area (parking lot) as a destination. I suggest you put in 195 Davison Ave, Woonsocket, to get to the northern trail head parking lot (called River's Edge.) We started there and rode down 6.1 miles to Ashton Village mill and (across the bridge) museum. A Fix-it station, with tools and an air pump is located there. The trail continues down to Slater Mill in Pawtucket (another 6+ miles) but we were looking for a shorter ride today and turned around here to head back. FYI the first waterfall is in Lincoln, about 1.5 miles from River's Edge parking lot- it is beautiful! The second one is about another mile from there (both are manmade.) Those were the only two on this 6 mile stretch. The park ranger at Ashton suggested next time we park in Ashton and complete the ride down to Slater Mill, where there is a natural waterfall and the ride is very pretty.

North Bank Bridge

Awesome City Adventure

September, 2020 by jbe029

Bike from BHCC, beyond the parking lot, take a right towards the highway and pick up the trail at the funky permanent flags bordering the waterway, which opens up under the Zakim Bridge. You may see kayakers and the Duck Boats. There's an active skate park near the bridge and many optimal spots for picnicking. Traveling left brings you through the North End. Traveling right over the North Bank Bridge brings you to Cambridge near the Museum of Science. Kudos to all who designed this inter-city space !

Narrow-Gauge Rail-Trail

A nice suburban escape.

September, 2020 by ci27dbbhg7

A great stretch of nature nestled away in the suburbs. A peaceful walk on a beautiful day.

Accordion

Blackstone River Greenway

awesome ride!

September, 2020 by christinamwebb89

Lots of different landscapes.

Hanover Branch Rail Trail

Love this Trail

September, 2020 by danielle.bullock.980

This is one of my favorite trails. It’s a nice paved trail that crosses a few streets, an intersection, The Rockland Police Dept, and is surrounded mostly by trees.

Bridle Trail

A Little Hard to Find

September, 2020 by jecurran99

It's a nice little ride but interrupted by a number of street crossings.The southern end is behind the CVS on Ocean Street (rte 139) in Marshfield. The northern end is behind Marshfield Auto Body on Station Street off of Summer St. Parking at the northern end is limited. There is no signage that identifies it as the Bridle Trail on either end.

Alfred J. Lima Quequechan River Rail Trail

Great walk. It was 4 miles round trip to go to the end by Lepages seafood. Very scenic. Watch out for the Fiesta duck in the beginning with the red head. He gives you a hard stare down and will chase you. But lots of artwork along the way.

September, 2020 by chabba99

Great walk. It was 4 miles round trip to go to the end by Lepages seafood. Very scenic. Watch out for the Fiesta duck in the beginning with the red head. He gives you a hard stare down and will chase you. But lots of artwork along the way.

Air Line State Park Trail

colchester spur

September, 2020 by dpierson1

Heading south toward the Colchester spur, the map shows a fork in the path that veers off to the left. This doesn’t exit. You have to continue down an take a real left. There’s a sign.

Northern Strand Community Trail

trail closings

September, 2020 by william.erdman_tl

Beware there is ongoing trail work in the Saugus and Revere/Malden stretches as of late August 2020 I could not get through due to closings. Be prepared with Alternate routes if biking through...looking forward to it’s completion this fall hopefully...I believe you can check that online for expected schedule.

Hanover Branch Rail Trail

beautiful Ride

September, 2020 by 5ttf3b3yc8

The trail has been completely paved and nearly flat. Wonderful ride for the whole family.

Blackstone River Greenway

Not connected, so why is it the same?

September, 2020 by markburek

The best (and really the only) part of this trail starts in Woonsocket, RI. It's very well maintained and a lot of upgrades have happened to it recently. Bravo, RI! I don't understand why it's labeled as all one trail when pieces aren't connected (yet). I get about 20 miles total starting in Woonsocket and then back.

East Bay Bike Path

Well maintained!

September, 2020 by markburek

E Providence to Bristol, RI along the bay! What a great ride! You can also swing into Colt State Park to add some mileage. I highly recommend this trail! NOTE: Currently, yes, there are two detours into streets. I cannot wait for RI to finish the construction, though!

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