Lake · River/Creek
Access to certain trails maybe an problem during summer months during Boy Scout occupation.
This run is great during the autumn months. It is energetic and the terrain can be a challenge, but there are some really great pond scenes and native tree stands.
Need to Know
No facilities. The land is owned and managed by Boy Scouts of America. I believe the Narragansett Trail
is always available, just keep in mind that during summer months there maybe hundreds of Boy Scouts wandering around the forest.
The trail is quite uneven in terrain and includes areas of bogs and boulders.
This run is quite uneven in terrain and includes areas of bogs and boulders. There is a steady incline and decline of small hills as well. The area is owned and managed by the Boy Scouts of America. They go a little overboard in blazing trails so it is easy to get confused on the trail system, but they do maintain them well. It is also one of the prettiest stretches on the Narragansett Trail
, as well as, this part of Rhode Island and Connecticut. This stretch of trail includes stands of Rhododendron, Mountain Laurel, Eastern Hemlock, and Pine which either close in your view or open it up broadly across the water.
Flora & Fauna
Rhododendron, Mountain Laurel, Eastern Hemlock, and Pine
Shared By: Michael D