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We were here for an event, so did not explore as completely as we will another day, but this facility was wonderful and met all our needs. The Visitor Center has a little museum and the staff were so helpful. I am somewhat mobility impaired...More
I’ve been walking at Blackstone River and canal for over 25 years. The scenery is lovely all seasons of the year. There’s something about walking along a waterway that soothes the soul. I recommend this park to anyone looking for a relatively short and peaceful...More
we love to walk along the canal and go to the little visitor center. there are always people fishing and we have stumbled upon nature talks a couple times. at the far end is an antique store just on the edge of Uxbridge so that...More
We were tired of traveling/driving and looked for a place to walk in the woods or along the river. We found the River Bend Farm (Uxbridge) in the Blackstone River and Canal Heritage State Park. Interesting history displays in the museum, easy walking and biking...More
visited here as I have been to many national park areas and wanted to see what this one had to offer, as for the canal itself, water does not move much in it, lots of turtles sunbathing on the dead trees in the water. did...More
This is a beautiful relaxing place to appreciate nature. Activities you can enjoy here are walking, running, fishing, mountain biking, boating, picnicking or just resting.
The River Bend Farm Visitors Center has restrooms and brochures on the first floor and a small but very interesting...More
A beautiful, sunny 68 degree day in February made the park even better. Lots of people enjoying the trails as well as the small welcome center. We stopped at several other locations along the Blackstone Corridor and enjoyed reading the histories. A map is available...More
We have walked this site many times along the canal. One must pay attention to roots and rocks in the pathway. Otherwise it is very easy...no hills.
The little museum has some historic information about the river, canal and local area.
It does some events...More
The only trail that you can push a baby stroller on is the "Heart Healthy" T0wpath Trail that follows the Blackstone Canal. You can access this trail by parking at the River Bend Farm Visitor Center entrance to the park on... More
The only trail that you can push a baby stroller on is the "Heart Healthy" T0wpath Trail that follows the Blackstone Canal. You can access this trail by parking at the River Bend Farm Visitor Center entrance to the park on Oak Street., As you enter the Towpath Trail go to the right and follow the path as it runs parallel to the Blackstone River Canal. You will end up at the Cross Street entrance of the park near the Stanley Woolen Mill. The other park trails especially the ones that are across Hartford Avenue will not support the use of a baby stroller at all.