Rhode Island Greenways My Title


Celebrating Rhode Island's
bike paths, trails & greenspaces



A spectacular view of Providence Harbor awaits those heading north on the East Bay Bike Path


Greetings!

 You've found the website of Rhode Island Greenways. The goal of this site is to be a one-stop shop for information on trails, bike paths, greenways and other spots for walking, hiking, biking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing and more. Rhode Island has a hundreds of miles of trails for staying active while enjoying the great outdoors. Let us be your guide. If you find a trail not listed here, please let us know and we'll add it right away!



Bike Path Closure & Construction Information


Ongoing improvements to Rhode Island's bike path system has closed sections of three bikeways. Follow the links below to learn more.



New Website for Cross-Country Skiing

Like to cross-country ski or snowshoe on greenways, hiking areas or any other special places? A new web page has started to share knowledge on the best places for "skinny skiing" in Rhode Island. The page, called simply Rhode Island Cross-Country Skiing, contains a wealth of information on where to go. They also have a Facebook page called RIXCSki, at which you can post your suggestions on where to find and make great tracks. Items posted on the Facebook page eventually wind up on the main page. Like all other Facebook pages, you must have a Facebook profile to post.




North South Trail Trek 2013

Join fellow hikers on a unique challenge - a cross-state hike on the North South Trail (NST), covering 77 miles from Atlantic Ocean to the Massachusetts border.

The annual Trek of the NST takes place every spring, starting in March. Every other Saturday, hikers cover between 11 and 17 miles per day. More information is available on the Fact Sheet and Registration Form available on this website. The 2013 Trek begins March 9.