Adam’s Farm

Adams Farm495 Sumner Farm Rd. Cumberland, RI 02864 401- 333-1727 / 401-714-4425  As a former dairy farm, Adams Farm has been in the Marszalkowski family since the turn of the century. The farm does not have as many cows as it once did but you can still find a few roaming around the pasture with some of their goat and horse friends. Pumpkins, apples, cornstalks, hay, mums, cider, Indian corn, gourds, candy apples, caramel apples, hay rides, corn maze, hay maze.  Enjoy a Christmas wonderland of lights while relaxing on our hayride. Hosts weddings. Google Map
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Blackstone Heritage Corridor

John H. Chafee National Heritage Corridor1 Depot Square  Woonsocket,  RI 02895   401-762-0250   Promotes the region from Pawtucket to Worcester that runs along the Blackstone River in Rhode Island and Massachusetts. Historical walking tours, bus and evening tours with National Park Rangers. Activities include: spectator sports, theater, wildlife refuge, nature center canoeing, freshwater fishing, hunting, kayaking, lake or river access, horseback riding, cross-country skiing, freshwater swimming, bike trail, bird watching trail, hiking trail, jogging trail. Self-guided walking and driving tours and detours. Google Map
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Chepachet Farm & Sugar House

Chepachet Farm & Carriageworks226 Tourtellot Hill Rd. Chepachet, RI 02814 401-568-9996 Several varieties of maple syrup and maple goodies; maple vinaigrette dressing. Facility available for special events, such as birthday parties and field trips, sleigh rides, hayrides and petting zoo. Google Map
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Grace Note Farm Inn

Grace Note Farm Inn969 Jackson Schoolhouse Road. Pascoag, RI  02859  401-567-0354 Located adjacent to the George Washington Management Area, the Grace Note Farm Inn offers FARMSTAY, a unique opportunity to work and live on an antique farm in the foothills of Northwest Rhode Island. Participate in the day-to-day chores of maintaining the farm, enjoy outdoor activity or simply take in the beautiful vistas, sounds of nature and breath in the fresh air. Accommodations, bed and breakfast, inn or guest house, shared bathroom, smoke free, Blackstone Valley and Northern Rhode Island, cross-country skiing, bike trail, bird watching trail, hiking and jogging trail, horseback riding, wildlife viewing. Holds weddings with a capacity of 35 + outside tent and same sex friendly for weddings. Google Map
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High View Farm

Hi View Farm Tower Hill Rd. Pole 54 Cumberland, RI 02864 401-333-0056 Offers affordable horseback riding instruction for riders of all ages. Facilities include an outdoor, lighted 100′ x 200′ arena, a grass hunt course, cross country course, individual turnout for all boarded horses. While the primary focus is on Hunter Seat Equitation, instruction is also offered in Dressage, Eventing, Jumpers, Western and Saddleseat. Google Map

Hill Orchards

Hill OrchardsRte. 5  Smithfield, RI 02917  401-949-2940  Visit our farm stand or pick your own orchard for apples, peaches, cider, pumpkins, fall decorations and Christmas trees. Throughout the season, we carry apples, peaches, plums, pears and vegetables grown on our farm and our neighbors’ farms. Our own sweet cider (made from our own apples) is available here, at other local farm stands and markets, and through Farm Fresh Market Mobile  In December, we will have freshly cut, locally grown Christmas trees. Pick-your-own orchard opens on weekends in September and October. We are open weekdays by appointment for school trips and other groups. Contact us for available dates and times. In 2015 we will open Labor Day weekend. Horse-drawn hayrides through the pick-your-own orchard are scheduled on selected weekends in September and October. The ride passes through the orchard and by the pumpkin patch.
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Lincoln Woods State Park

Lincoln Woods State Park 2 Manchester Print Works Rd., Rte. 146 & Rte. 123 Lincoln, RI 02865 401-723-7892  Features one of the area’s largest freshwater beaches, the park includes swimming, picnicking, boating, baseball, freshwater fishing, horseback riding, naturalist and recreational programs, road races, special events, walking and jogging, camping, snowmobiling, bouldering, and ice skating. There are 92 picnic tables and fireplace sites, 2 picnic shelters, 2 games fields, 1 little league field, 10 miles of bridal trails, a boat ramp, bathhouse, concession stand and information office. A new addition to the park is the Eastern Mountain Sports kayak school. Hosts weddings with a capacity of 100 on a field and is same sex friendly for weddings. Google Map
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Monastery & Nine Men’s Misery

Monastery & Nine Men's MiseryRte. 114, Diamond Hill Road Cumberland. RI 02864 401-728-2400 Site of a former Cistercian Monastery, where Captain Michael Pierce’s comrades made their last stand, and were put to death by the Indians in King Philip’s War. Portions of the original monastery buildings are still intact despite a fire in the 1950’s. Home to the Cumberland Public Library. Also contains jogging and walking trails, and horseback riding is allowed. Google Map

Phantom Farms

Phantom Farms2920 Diamond Hill Rd. Cumberland, RI 02864 401-333-2240 Fruit: apples, blueberries and strawberries. Vegetables: beans, corn, cucumbers, eggplant, peppers, pumpkins, squash and tomatoes. Open all year. Monday – Friday 6:30 a.m. – 6 p.m., Saturday – Sunday 7 a.m. – 6 p.m Gift shop. Apple picking and hayrides in the fall. Special events held throughout the year. Google Map
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Pondview Equestrian Center

Pondview Equestrian Academy362 Wakefield Rd. Pascoag, RI  02859 401-710-7474  Full-service facility is situated on 5+ acres that hosts a heated 120 x 60 ft. indoor riding ring, a 110 x 70 ft. outdoor riding ring, numerous paddocks for all-day turnout, and access to over 75 miles of public/private trails for horse conditioning. Offers many programs that are tailored to suit the discerning horse enthusiast’ needs, including, but not limited to, boarding, riding instruction, training, competing locally and nationally, and trail riding. We specialize in lower-level dressage, combined training and hunter/jumper instruction and training. Google Map
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S. Vadenais Farm

S. Vadenais Farm65 Pine Swamp Rd. (Rte. 114)  Cumberland, RI 02864 401-658-1120 Farm fresh vegetables, fruits, hanging baskets, annuals & perennials, petting zoo, and hayrides. Loam & mulch for delivery or pick-up. Pumpkins, cornstalks, etc. in September and October. Haunted cornmaze every weekend in October. Call for hours. Google Map

Sprague Farm

Sprague FarmGlocester Land Trust Pine Orchard Rd. Glocester RI  02814  A 250-acre site that served as a farm and agricultural center and has been allowed to revert back to its natural state. It contains a variety of mature evergreens and hardwoods and impressive striped maples and Atlantic white cedars. It also contains a number of flowers and plants, and several beautifully constructed stone bridges that have immense capstones. It contains many stone walls and old foundations, many of them massive and still around, giving a hint of what the area was like hundreds of years ago. Within Sprague Farm there are several miles of wide dirt/gravel roads used by area farmers for generations, and several miles of narrower foot paths created by the Glocester Land Trust. Most trails have a gentle slope and visit scenic ledge vistas, stands of Striped Maple, a glacial fen, an Atlantic White Cedar wetland, several fields, miles of stone walls, stone slab bridges over several streams, the Sprague family cemetery, and stone foundation walls for barns and farmhouses. Sprague Farm is open year round from sunrise to sunset. During the fall this area is open for deer and turkey hunting. During the winter months Sprague Farm is open for snowshoeing and cross country skiing. In warm weather Sprague Farm is a popular place for horseback riding, jogging, geocaching, dog walks, and casual walks. Google Map
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Steere Hill & Phillips Farm

Putnam Pike, Rte. 44 Glocester, RI The Steere Hill area is comprised of four abutting parcels acquired from 1967 to 2010 with a total of 448 acres.  Steere Hill is open year round from sunrise to sunset. During the winter months it is open for snowshoeing and cross country skiing. In warm weather Steere Hill is a popular place for horseback riding, jogging, geocaching, dog walks, and casual walks. The 68 acre Phillips Farm was the first property acquired by the GLT in 1990. Phillips Farm is an historic homestead that was known variously through the years as Phillips Farm, Cutler Farm, and Cutler’s Tavern. Before the 1920’s this farm was the Cutler Farm and the site of the historic Cutler Inn and Tollbooth. The area encompasses a variety of different habitats including wetlands, forest, and open fields. The elevation of this relatively compact parcel (approximately 68 acres) varies sufficiently so that many excellent views of the natural features are afforded over a short walk. Although most of the trees are second growth, many have reached full maturity; among them is a stand of American beech. There is also an apple orchard that is over 100 years old. The extensive streamside wetlands support a diversity of ferns and flowering plants which bloom in succession from early spring well into the summer. West of Phillips Farm is the 208 acre Steere Hill Nature Preserve acquired in 2002. During the early 20th Century, both Phillips Farm and Steere Hill were used for orchards, hayfields, woodlots, and livestock. Recently the GLT has created wildlife habitat of tall native grasses for threatened ground nesting bird species in Phillips Farm and the summit of Steere Hill. West of Steere Hill is Heritage Park, a 115 acres woodland acquired by the Town of Glocester in 1967 as part of the state’s Green Acres program. South of Heritage Park is the 57 acre LePlat Woodland acquired by the GLT in 2010. Google Map
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