The North–South Trail is a 77-mile (124 km) hiking trail that runs the length of Rhode Island from the Atlantic Ocean in Charlestown to the Massachusetts border in Burrillville, Rhode Island. The trail is remarkably rural and scenic. Features include attractive lakeshores, bogs, beaches, hills, rock outcrops, farmland, and dense woodland.
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