Go it alone, or join RI Families in Nature on Sunday, September 22, as we explore this area together.
Narragansett’s beaches are known throughout and beyond RI, but there are lots of wonderful natural places to explore as well. Take, for example, Canonchet Farm.
Within the 174-acres of Canonchet Farm, there are both salt and fresh water marshes, an old quarry, and Pettaquamscutt Cove — plus a rich cultural and natural history. In addition, the trail system is well-maintained and the Friends of Canonchet Farm, the non-profit founded in 2007 that hopes to manage Canonchet Farm in cooperation with the Town of Narragansett, are always happy to answer questions and help you out.
Tom Fortier, a naturalist, arborist and forensic forester, will lead the easy 1.5 mile hike along the well managed trails and highlight some of Canonchet Farm’s unique features as part of the RI Land Trust Days.
We will meet on Anne Hoxsie Lane, directly across the street from the Narragansett Town Beach South Pavilion, and start our hike promptly at 1:00pm.Â Be sure to bring bug spray, as well as plenty of snacks and water.
For more information about Canonchet Farm, click here.
See you outside!
Where: Canonchet Farm
Hours: dawn to dusk
Website: Friends of Canonchet Farm website. http://canonchet.org/
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: First photoÂ Â© Bill Krul and second and third photos Â© Friends of Canonchet Farm.