Osamequin Nature Trails And Bird Sanctuary

4.418 Votes
  • Address: 2 Kyle Cir, Barrington, RI 02806, USA, 2806, United States
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  • Tags: Trail, Family And Kids, Bird Watching, Landmarks, Parks

Osamequin Nature Sanctuary offers visitors a place to enjoy the diverse sample of Rhode Island's coastal plant and animal communities along the west shore of the Barrington River's Hundred Acre Cove, Rhode Island's most extensive and pristine inland estuarine system. This system has been noted by the US Fish and Wildlife Service to be one of the 50 most important coastal marshes between Long Island and Cape Cod. The trail system on the preserve offers several views of the cove as well as the various habitats and environments within the preserve. The trails are all easy and flat and each habitat type is accessible to refuge visitors via the color-coded trails which begin with the green trail at the park entrance.

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  • Buses 60, 61X to stop - Wampanoag Opp Primrose Hill
  • Buses 60, 61X to stop - Wampanoag FS Primrose Hill

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  • Osamequin Nature Trails And Bird Sanctuary Address: 2 Kyle Cir, Barrington, RI 02806, USA, 2806, United States
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Osamequin Nature Trails And Bird Sanctuary Reviews & Ratings

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  • Beautiful spot. It’s short and not the best marked but there is a great mix between coastline and woods. Go during low tide. It is off a main road, so it is noisy. Kids love to explore for crabs and other creatures.

  • Beautiful nature trail. I went with my wife and son and they loved it. We saw a osprey and a heron. It's really well maintained. We met a nice couple with two dogs. We saw lots of little bird houses. The wild grass was beautiful. It's really close to little towns so we got some nice seafood dinner afterwards. On a hot day you can find some shade under the trees. they have also set up benches around the water so you can relax and watch the birds with binoculars.

  • Nice small easy trails . With color markers small bridges lots of wild life and great views.

  • Lovely little nature reserve. Dogs are allowed on leash and the paths lead to the water which is wonderful. I often see people with their children or painting. It is well used and well maintained.

  • Nothing is sacred to us, everyone knows our business, Yes! We were here, quiet, peaceful conservation areas and cool spots. Parking can be difficult ! 👀 God Bless All

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