Bike trails are plentiful for biking fun for the family on a RI getawayRhode Island's bike trails range from redeveloped beds of old railroad tracks as "rail trails" inland, to the famour East Bay Bike Path in Barrington and other East Bay towns.
WaterPlace Park to Lyman Avenue in Johnston Providence, Johnston, RI Phone:
Length: 5 miles
You can get access to the bike path in Providence at Waterplace Park in the downtown; Donigian Park near Atwells Avenue and Valley Street; Riverside Mills Park on Aleppo Street in Olneyville; Merino Park in the Hartford neighborhood, just off Route 6; Manton Gateway, a small green space on Manton Avenue; Buttonhole gtolf course. In Johnston, you can reach the bike path Hillside Avenue just off Greenville Avenue.
Path follows Blackstone River Central Falls, Lincoln, Cumberland, RI Phone: 401-723-7892
Length: 11.5 miles
Kingston train station to Mumford Road Kingston, Peace Dale, Wakefield, Narragansett, RI Phone: 401-783-8886
Length: 6 miles along old railroad corridor
Route 1 in Pawtucket to Ferris Avenue in East Providence East Providence, Pawtucket, RI Phone:
Length: 2.5 miles
Cranston Street to Log Bridge Road Cranston to Coventry through West Warwick and Warwick, RI Phone:
Length: 19 miles; follows an old railroad bed; mostly level
path along Providence River and Narragansett Bay Providence, East Providence, Barrington, Warren, Bristol, RI Phone: 401-253-7482
Length: 14-5 miles
Route 14 Bristol, RI, 02809 Phone: 401-253-7482