Hiking in Jamestown
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Beavertail Lighthouse and Park is 153 acres of mixed grassy, wooded and rocky areas, traversed by a network of paths for walking or cycling. Located at the end of Beavertail Rd, on the southernmost part of the island. Also home to a lighthouse built in 1856, with a small museum attached. It is a great place to enjoy spectacular views of East and West Passages, or to climb the rocks bordering the shore. Free admission.
Tel: (401) 423 3270
Watson Farm, located on 455 North Rd, is a historic working farm open to the public, set up on 265 acres with ancient breed cattle. A 2-mile self guided tour, with a walking brochure is available, and provides breathtaking views of farmland and Narragansett Bay.
Tel: (401) 423 0005
Fort Wetherill State Parkis a 61.5 acre public property, set around a fort built after the Spanish American War. Great spot to enjoy a wonderful view of Narragansett Bay and watch the numerous regattas held in the bay. There are several hiking trails, as well as beautiful coves, ideal for swimming or scuba dive.