Rhode Island Natural Park Wonders

National and State Wonders Found in the Ocean State:

Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, known for its 400 miles of coastline and 36 islands, is the smallest state in size in the United States, covering an area of just 1,214 square miles.

Let us be your guide to discovering these natural wonders. Follow the links below to obtain more information, insider tips, and pictures, as well as ideas for where to stay when visiting.

Rhode Island Welcome Sign National Recreation Trails:

  • Blackstone River Bikeway
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    National Wildlife Refuges:
  • Block Island National Wildlife Refuge
  • John H. Chafee National Wildlife Refuge
  • Ninigret National Wildlife Refuge
  • Sachuest Point National Wildlife Refuge
  • Trustom Pond National Wildlife Refuge
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    Rhode Island State Parks, Campgrounds, Recreational Areas: Block Island, Rhode Island
  • Beaver Tail State Park
  • Blackstone River Bikeway State Park
  • Brenton Point State Park
  • Burlingame State Park
  • Charlestown Breachway
  • Colt State Park
  • East Bay Bike Path State Park
  • Fishermen's Memorial State Park
  • Fort Adams State Park
  • Fort Wetherill State Park
  • Goddard Memorial State Park
  • Haines Memorial State Park
  • Lincoln Woods State Park
  • Snake Den State Park
  • World War II Memorial State Park
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    State Scenic Roads and Byways:
  • Great and Breakneck Hill Roads
  • Ministerial Road
  • Paradise Ave and Other Roads
  • Route 102 (Ten Rod Road)
  • Route 114 and High Street
  • Shannock Road
  • Veteran's Memorial Parkway

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