Fisherville Brook Wildlife Refuge Trail

West Kingston, Rhode Island

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A visit to Fisherville Brook makes for an extremely pleasant and peaceful outing. The five miles of trail on this 937-acre property travel through diverse habitats, including a favorite of kids—a pond, at the end of which is a waterfall. There are many bridges to cross and even a historic cemetery, set against a spectacular backdrop of fields abundant with wildflowers.

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"A visit to Fisherville Brook makes for an extremely pleasant and peaceful outing. The five miles of trail on this 937-acre property travel through diverse habitats, including a favorite of kids—a pond, at the end of which is a waterfall. There are many bridges to cross and even a historic cemetery, set against a spectacular backdrop of fields abundant with wildflowers."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: West Kingston
Distance: 2.4
Elevation Gain: 90 feet
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 1.5 hours
Season: March to November
Local Contacts: Fisherville Brook Wildlife Refuge, Audubon Society of Rhode Island
Local Maps: USGS Slocum
Driving Directions: Directions to Fisherville Brook Wildlife Refuge Trail

Recent Trail Reviews

4/24/2010
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Nice trail. Fairly short. The blue trail has a lot to offer. Lots of creeks, a cemetery, a farmhouse, waterfall, and bridges. However, the orange trail is just a hike through the woods. Overall, very clear markers and easy terrain.



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May 2018