Go it alone, or join RI Families in Nature on Sunday, May 11, as we explore this area together.
My very first hike as a Rhode Islander almost 9 years ago was at the Audubon’s Fisherville Brook Wildlife Refuge. My husband and I, pre-kids, loved the wonderful scenery and hiking.
Fast forward a few years and our kids love it, too! Every time I visit I am wistfully reminded of my introduction to hiking in the Ocean State — and what a great introduction it was.
The 937 acres of Fisherville Brook are loaded with great features such as bridges, a pond, a waterfall, an historic cemetery, a meadow, bird boxes, and more. The easy-to-follow paths and variety of trails and distances are great for kids of all ages.
For more information about Fisherville Brook, click here.
See you outside!
Where: Audubon’s Fisherville Brook Wildlife Refuge
Hours: Dawn to dusk
For more information, including directions: visit the RI Families in Nature website.
Rhode Island Families in Nature Hike: Join Rhode Island Families in Nature every month for a different hike created by and for families who want to spend more time outdoors, explore Rhode Island’s natural places, and reconnect with and reap the many benefits of nature.
photo credit: Jeanine Silversmith