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Running with a View: 19 Fantastic Paths!

We all know that running is one of the best workouts. Not only does it provide you with a full body workout, but it also offers a chance to escape your daily life. Running in a natural setting allows you to connect with nature and enjoy life away from busy work schedules and daily monotone […]

10 Breathtakingly Beautiful Rhode Island Attractions

There are so many gorgeous places to explore and activities to enjoy in the “Ocean State” that it would be difficult to condense the many choices into a Top 10 list.  From gorgeous beaches to beautiful natural parks, Rhode Island is home to some of the most spectacular scenery in the US. Below is a […]

3 Days in Providence, Rhode Island

Providence, the largest city & capital of Rhode Island, is jam-packed with interesting things to do. Whether you are a history buff, foodie, nature enthusiast, or avid shopper, you are bound to have a fantastic time. 3 Days in Providence will give you enough time to explore many of the fantastic amenities of this fine […]

Slater Memorial Park: Home of the World’s Oldest Looff Stander Carousel

Slater Memorial Park, named after Samuel Slater, who built America’s first water powered mill, is the oldest and largest park in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. The park is located about 15 minutes from Providence, making it an ideal daytime recreational destination. In 1976, Slater Park was added to The National Register of Historic Places in 1976. […]

5 Fantastic Must-Do Bike Paths!

Biking is one of my favorite fall, spring, and summertime activities. No matter where you live or vacation to, you are bound to find plenty of opportunities for scenic bike paths. Take a look at 5 of my favorites, and be sure to share some of your own! Marvin Braude Bike Trail – California The […]

East Bay Bike Path: A Scenic Rhode Island Gem!

The East Bay Bike Path is a scenic 14.5 mile path, spanning across 4 different cities in Rhode Island including: Bristol, Warren, Barrington, and East Providence. This path, which was completed in 1992, follows the old abandoned Providence and Bristol Railroad. The entire path is loaded with scenic views of the Narragansett Bay, the Providence […]