Old Mountain Field – South Kingstown

  • Old Mountain Field Hiking Trails/Broad Rock Bike Trail
  • St. Dominic Road, South Kingstown, RI
  • Trailhead: 41°27’5.71″N, 71°28’54.57″W
  • Last Time Hiked: March 25, 2015
  • Approximate distance hiked: 1.5 miles
  • Easy with some slight elevation.

 

We started this walk from the parking area of the Broad Rock Ball Fields. There is a short bike path that leads from the fields to Old Mountain Road. We followed the bike path for about two-tenths of a mile looking for a trail on the left. We then turned at the trail and started heading downhill turning slightly to the right and passing a stone wall. We followed the trail to the bottom of the hill where it ended. We then turned right following the yellow blazed trail that loops around Indian Run Reservoir. The trail first continues through the woods before coming to a horseshoe dam and waterfall. A bridge crosses the dam. The trail then leads back into the woods on the other side of the reservoir. There are several sections of boardwalks along this stretch. After completing the short loop trail, we retraced our steps back up the trail we came in on and back to the car. We came across several ducks at the reservoir.

 

Trail map can be found at: Old Mountain Field.

A Thawing Indian Run Reservoir.

A Thawing Indian Run Reservoir.

 

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    • Marilyn Brown aka The White Lightening & Silver Fox Walking Group
    • February 29th, 2016

    Is there a “book” for all of these hikes (or even some of them)??

    • On the main page, scroll down, there is a list of books that I have referenced… As far as a Trails and Walks book to accompany this blog site… Not yet!

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