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Horseback riding in Rhode Island is a ramble through many vistas and eras

Visitors to Rhode Island often focus on its charming cities like Providence and Newport, but, in fact, this small state covers large rural areas, including wooded parks, nature preserves, and meadows where farmers tilled the soil for hundreds of years. These plentiful rural areas – to the western border with Connecticut and the southern border with the Atlantic and in the East Bay region tucked against Massachusetts -- are crisscrossed with paths where horseback riding is allowed. Equestrians also may ride in many of the state-managed parks, from Lincoln Woods in the north to Burlingame in the southern part of the state.
Equestrian Trail - The Preserve Club & Residences - Richmond, RI
The Preserve Club and Residences

87 Kingstown Road Richmond, RI, 02898 Phone: 401-539-4653

Equestrian aficionados will find a home away from home at this stunning resort

At The Preserve Club & Residences, they like to say that home is where the horse is. Planned stables will offer guests the opportunity to board their horse or borrow one of the resort’s horses. A professional, trained staff has years of equestrian experience and are on hand to provide lessons and guided trail rides. The resort’s expansive grounds provide more than 800 acres to explore, with beautiful equestrian trails that traverse the grounds and extend into the neighboring Carolina Management Area, which means horse and rider will have more than 3,500 pristine acres to ride over and enjoy. After your ride, book an appointment at the on-site spa, have a gourmet meal in the lodge and end your evening in your luxurious suite, townhouse or cabin.