Lincoln Woods State Park

Lincoln Woods State Park


Location:Between Routes 146 and 123, near Providence.
Facilities:Picnic areas and picnic shelters, concession stand, bridle trails, hiking trails, swimming beach, bathhouse, boat ramp, playfields, game fields, ice skating rink, showers, restrooms (é).
Activities:Boating (with restrictions), fishing, swimming, hiking, horseback riding, snowmobiling, ice skating, road races.
Special Features:Park is a popular getaway for northeastern Rhode Islanders and features a new stable and covered bridge.
Address:2 Manchester Print Works Rd
Lincoln, RI 02865

Phone:401-723-7892
Fax:401-724-7951
Web: www.riparks.com/lincoln.htm
Size: 627 acres.

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It started at Middle River Park in Worcester and finished at Lincoln Woods State Park in Lincoln, R.I.
Raimondo joined First Gentleman Andy Moffit, Department of Environmental Management (DEM) Director Janet Coit, and environmental advocates at Lincoln Woods State Park to announce an initiative to preserve and invest in Rhode Island's beloved parks and beaches.
Stacey said he expects a pretty good celebration at Lincoln Woods State Park. "There are events for the kids while families are waiting," he said.
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) is hosting a guided walking tour at Lincoln Woods State Park, in Lincoln, on New Year's Day.
NEMBA also be holding trail days at Blue Hills Reservation in Milton and Lincoln Woods State Park in Northern Rhode Island.
- Burrillville Round Top Ponds - Charlestown Lower Shannock, Pawcatuck River - Coventry Carbuncle Pond - Exeter Breakheart Pond, Browning Mill Pond - Glocester Spring Grove Pond - Lincoln Olney Pond (Lincoln Woods State Park) - North Kingstown Silver Spring Lake - Richmond Meadowbrook Pond, Beaver River, Wyoming Pond - Scituate Hope Mill Landing, Upper Pawtuxet River - South Kingstown Barber Pond - Other selected areas on the Wood and Pawcatuck Rivers.
Non-surf beaches at Lincoln Woods State Park, Goddard Memorial State Park, Burlingame Picnic Area, Pulaski State Park, and Fort Adams State Park will be open daily beginning Saturday, May 26, until Labor Day.

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