Biking Trails and Paths

Biking Trails and Paths

Bicycling opportunities abound in Rhode Island from mountain biking down old country trails, to leisurely pedaling along South County and Newport. Take a week-long guided bicycle tour of rural Rhode Island or rent a bike and explore our parks with its 60 miles of trails and the less-traveled roads of the Norther Rhode Island. Pedal along the rocky coastline in Newport or enjoy a picnic lunch in the shadow of an historic lighthouse in South County. Board a ferry and spend the day riding around Block Islands just off the coast of southern Rhode Island. Bicycle rentals are available throughout the state by the hour or by the day.

For more information on cycling in Rhode Island, or to request a FREE Guide to Cycling in the Ocean State, visit the Department of Transportation's Bike Rhode Island Page.


13 Locations Available in RI

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The following Biking are listed in order by establishment name. Click on the establishment name for additional details and contact information.

Blackstone River Valley Bike Path
Blackstone Valley & Northern Rhode Island
Completed 6-mile section of proposed 17-mile path through the John H. Chafee Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor between Providence and Worcester, MA. Paralleling the river, and industrial revolution canal tow path, the trail affords spectacular views of New England foliage in the autumn. 724-2200. Accessible off Front St., to Manville Rd. in Lincoln. Additional segments leading south to Pawtucket and north to Woonsocket are in design stages.

Blackstone Valley Surrey
Blackstone Valley & Northern Rhode Island
Eight passenger bicycle available to rent.

Canoe Passage Outfitters
East Bay
Canoe and kayak tours, rentals, instruction and sales. Located on the Warren River. Bike rentals located 5 minutes from the East Bay Bike path. Winter snow-shoes and tours.

Colt State Park
East Bay
Picturesque three-mile drive around shoreline of former Colt family estate on east side of Narragansett Bay. Playing fields and picnic areas. Salt water fishing permitted.

East Bay Bike Path
East Bay
Experience some of the diverse natural beauty that the Ocean State has to offer. A scenic 14.5-mile path traversing the communities of Providence, East Providence, Warren, Bristol, & Barrington. The path provides spectacular waterfront views, access to several state parks, coastal marshes & ponds. A 10' wide, asphalt-paved path. Suitable for bikers, walkers and in-line skaters.

Krystal Penguin Motel
South County
The family-managed motel is one of the most prestigious hospitality services in the area. Our newly renovated rooms, equipped with A/C, telephone, microwave, and refrigerator, will make your stay refreshing and will deliver the comfort of being at home. We also honor requests for irons and hairdryers based on availability. Additionally, complimentary coffee and donuts are available during the weekends throughout the season.

Mount Hope Farm
East Bay
Over 200 acres of historic buildings and pristine farmland including streams, water views, meadows, pastures and ponds. On tne National Register of Historic Places, the farm is a site to be seen. Country walkways and trails lead to Cove Cabin. The Grounds are open to the public year round. Tours of the Governor Bradford House (circa 1745). The property is idyllic for receptions, corporate and special events. Country Inn accommodations available.

Ten Mile River Greenway
Blackstone Valley & Northern Rhode Island
1 mile of trail is open in Pawtucket’s Slater Memorial Park. An additional 1.5 mile segment from Slater Park to the Kimberly Ann Rock Athletic Fields in East Providence is substantially complete.

Warwick & Cranston Bike Paths
Warwick & West Bay
7 miles completed of a proposed 25-mile bikeway that will eventually stretch from Providence to the Connecticut/Rhode Island border following an abandoned rail corridor.

Washington Secondary Bike Path
Greater Providence
The Washington Secondary Bike Path extends from the Cranston Parkade (near Lowes) off Garfield Ave. in Cranston to Whitford St. in Coventry. Parking is available in Cranston on Exchange St., abutting the path, off Wilbur Ave.; in Warwick near Rte. 2 under the Rte. 295 overpass on West Natick Rd.; and in West Warwick in the parking lot on Hay St. (adjacent to caboose), off Providence St.

William C. O'Neill Bike Path
South County
A 5.6 mile paved course beginning at the historic Kingston Train Station, skirting the Great Swamp and the scenic Ministerial Road areas and leading to Peace Dale and Wakefield ending at Route 108. Suitable for bikers, walkers and in-line skaters. Beautiful photography opportunities. Crosses historic Main Street in Wakefield.

Wilson Park Bikeway
South County
A 1.5 mile loop circling the 75-acre Wilson Park in Colonial Wickford. The path offers picnic spots, hidden coves, waterviews, and nearby shopping for antiques and boutiques. Suitable for bikers, walkers and rollerbladers. Full handicap accessiblility.

Woonasquatucket River Bikeway
Greater Providence
Bike lanes and route signs guide cyclists traveling from the Providence Place Mall via Promenade St. to Donigian Park on Valley St. in Providence.

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