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What a perfect day!

Took us about 1.5 hours in each direction, there are many stops at intersections. The path can be... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
leafpeeper98
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Salem, Massachusetts
Easy to moderate beautiful ride

This is a great bike path for anyone in reasonable shape. There are no big hills, nothing that will... read more

Reviewed 15 April 2017
RhodeIslandActor
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Rhode Island
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A 14.5-mile paved path stretching from East Providence to Bristol.
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Took us about 1.5 hours in each direction, there are many stops at intersections. The path can be crowded with other cyclists and families with kids, but chill out and realize that your are not training for the tour de france and enjoy the day....More

Thank leafpeeper98
Reviewed 15 April 2017

This is a great bike path for anyone in reasonable shape. There are no big hills, nothing that will require anything more than a moderate level of riding. The path goes through many towns from Providence to Bristol, passing through wooded areas and by the...More

Thank RhodeIslandActor
Reviewed 11 October 2016 via mobile

This is a great bike path for families. Views are beautiful and there are few road crossings (at least on the southern portion we saw.) One warning: this path is fairly narrow and is used by families with strollers, little kids on bikes, pedestrians of...More

Thank abcjen
Reviewed 5 September 2016 via mobile

Went here with my kids on a Sunday. Started in Bristol near Independence Park. It was easy to find parking, even on a Sunday. Beautiful views of the water and plenty of places to pull off to take a break. places to buy lemonade, fresh...More

1  Thank ZoZaMom
Reviewed 26 August 2016

Biked from East Providence to Bristol and back, detouring to the pretty trails in Colt State Park along the way. While the East Bay Bike Path itself is very pleasant and pretty most of the way, the inclusion of Colt State Park's trails offers up...More

1  Thank gams1000
Reviewed 31 July 2016

This is the third time we have biked this path but the first time we started at the north end and rode to Bristol. This was great because there are many places for lunch in Bristol and it offered a good break before the return...More

1  Thank Beenthere1950
Reviewed 27 June 2016

Heard great things about this RI bike path - great for our family of five! four of us biked, one bladed, and everyone enjoyed the scenery, and very flat path! Gem of a find in RI. Will definitely be back this summer.

Thank ScanFam5
Reviewed 27 June 2016 via mobile

We picked it up in east prov and ride 5 miles each way . Mostly flat and very scenic . At the 5 mile mark there are rest rooms . If you go into Bristol there is Quitos restaurant which is very busy on weekends...More

Thank Budmanri
Reviewed 26 June 2016

This place is awesome. I started from India point park and then concluded my journey at Cold State Park. One way trip turns out to be around 15 miles. Total turned out to be 29-30 miles. You can see people fishing at some points ,...More

Thank Nick W
Reviewed 2 June 2016

We went with our 12 and 16 year old sons. They both managed to ride the entire distance - by far the longest ride we've ever done at one time. As the literature says, this is a very flat trail, very well maintained, and really...More

Thank Twizzit
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