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Mjrrnc wrote a review Sep 2019
Sherman, Connecticut66 contributions13 helpful votes
My husband and I walked here and it was very charming. The boardwalk makes for a nice leisurely stroll through the woods which comes out by a pond and the trail continues around on grass for a bit but then you have to turn around as there is no looping trail to bring you around.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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TonyLisaF23 wrote a review Oct 2018
Warwick, Rhode Island5 contributions
Beautiful day for a walk in the woods. Nice, easy trail. Spent about an hour. The boardwalk is well maintained.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Krista K wrote a review Mar 2018
Buxton, North Carolina175 contributions22 helpful votes
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New to the area and checking out trails. This was an easy walk but held lots of surprises. Would recommend and will be back.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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kechip wrote a review Mar 2017
Little Compton, Rhode Island33 contributions10 helpful votes
This is a great trail with a long raised walkway through a sometimes wet woodland opening to a field and pond at the end. a couple of years old it was built to ADA standards so is completely accessible. It is also a good choice for a windy day when a beach walk would uncomfortable.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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Jerry F wrote a review Oct 2016
Cumberland, Rhode Island132 contributions85 helpful votes
Dundery Brook Trail is located within a nature preserve owned by The Nature Conservancy. It is a 1.1 mile (2.2 mile out and back) trail. The first 0.6 miles of the trail consist of an elevated boardwalk which is handicap accessible. The entire trail is flat, so it is appropriate for young children and not quite in shape walkers. For lovers of nature or someone who wishes to take a walk in a quiet and enjoyable location, this is a must do.
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Date of experience: October 2016
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