My husband grew up in Tiverton and we live not too far away in Somerset, MA. We enjoy taking our 2 young daughters here because there is so much nature for them to experience. There are a lot of steep steps and quite a few obstacles but I think it makes it all the more better.
The only problem we have is there isn't a map of the trails when you first begin so you don't know how far you are walking or if the beginning and ends of the trail meet (which they do). Our daughters, ages 6 and 2, love to walk here. We see all sorts of butterflies,frogs,toads,turtles and flowers.
This is New England's only outdoor flower show, so if you are in Newport in the summer, don't miss the
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Rhode Island School of Design is one of the country's leading art schools and has a museum to match. Located
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