Beach Pond Trail

Beach Pond Trail near Exeter, RI


This trail was given a rating of 3 out of 5 stars This trail was given a rating of 3 out of 5 stars This trail was given a rating of 3 out of 5 stars This trail was given a rating of 3 out of 5 stars This trail was given a rating of 3 out of 5 stars
10 miles
2hours
easy
Hiking, Mountain Biking
Spring, Fall
Exeter, RI
User fredman473

(Use Arcadia North map for this trail)

This trail leads you through logging roads and is moderate enough for kids to handle. On the Arcadia North map you can see the color coded trails. From the Beach pond parking lot you will head up the main road(left out of the parking lot) until you come to the designated trail(a few hundred feet up the road). It will start off with some easy logging roads and lead into some slightly more technical areas with enough room to avoid the more challenging areas for a less experienced biker. On the map this means taking the yellow trail all the way to where the blue and yellow trails fork. At this point you can either take the yellow or blue trails. The yellow will give you an opportunity for a longer loop or you could take it and just circle around from the red to the blue to make a nice little loop that will take you the rest of the way on the originating trail and back to the parking lot.

Directions:

From points north take Exit 5 off Rt 95. Go left (east) on Rt 102. Take a right (south) on Rt 3. Take a right (west) on Rt 165. Go for approximately seven miles until you see Beach Pond. Just before the road starts across the pond, turn left into a small parking area at the water's edge. Follow the yellow trail markers around the pond to the south end for about 3/4 mile. You will see the cliff on the left side of the trail.

From points south take Exit 4 off Rt 95. Go right (north) on Rt 3. Take a left (west) on Rt 165. Go for approximately seven miles until you see Beach Pond. Just before the road starts across the pond, turn left into a small parking area at the water's edge. Follow the yellow trail markers around the pond to the south end for about 3/4 mile. You will see the cliff on the left side of the trail.


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