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East Providence Bike Path

East Providence, Rhode Island

East Providence Bike Path

Length
6.1 mi
Elev. Gain
147.6 ft
Est. Steps
14000

River

Quiet place

Created by TheBruce
Introduction
East Providence Bike Path is a 6.1 miles (14,000-step) route located near East Providence, Rhode Island. This route has an elevation gain of about 147.6 ft and is rated as easy. Find more routes like this on the Pacer App.
Very peaceful during the winter. Early morning you may see deer, red fox, many birds, occasionally hawks, and on rare occasion an eagle(s).

Fuller Rock Light

Place
The Fuller Rock Light was a lighthouse in Providence, Rhode Island. Destroyed in an explosion, it was replaced by a skeleton tower on the same foundation.

Squantum Association

Place
The Squantum Association is a private club in East Providence, Rhode Island on 947 Veterans Memorial Parkway. Its Colonial Revival building was constructed in 1870 by Martin & Hall and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.

Pomham Rocks Light

Building
Pomham Rocks Light (also known as "Pomham Lighthouse") is a historic lighthouse in the Providence River about 200 yards (180 m) off the shoreline of the Riverside neighborhood of the city of East Providence, Rhode Island.The light was established in 1871. The light was one of a group of New England lighthouses built to the same plan after an award-winning design by a Vermont architect.

Metacomet Country Club

Place
Metacomet Country Club is a private golf club in East Providence, Rhode Island in the United States. It was incorporated in 1901 by five Rhode Island Businessmen. The playing grounds were, at that time, in the Rumford section of East Providence.As for the name, Metacomet, it was the fashion at the turn of the 20th century for golf clubs organizing in New England to select Native American names.

Bradley Hospital

Place
Emma Pendleton Bradley Hospital, commonly known as Bradley Hospital, is a non-profit hospital in East Providence, Rhode Island, in the Riverside neighborhood.In 1929 the hospital was founded as the nation's first neuropsychiatric hospital for children. The hospital was named for George and Helen Bradley's only child Emma Pendleton Bradley, who was diagnosed with encephalitis at age seven in 1886 leaving her with "epilepsy, mental retardation and cerebral palsy".

Pierce Memorial Field

Park
Pierce Memorial Field is an 8,000-capacity stadium located in East Providence, Rhode Island. From 2003-2008, the stadium was home to the Rhode Island Stingrays soccer team. The venue also hosts most of the high school athletics events in East Providence.It was the site of the Harold Gomes-Paul Jorgensen World Super Featherweight Championship held on July 20, 1959.

Jones Pond

Water

Veterans Memorial Parkway

Bridge

East Bay Bike Path

Bridge

Pawtucket Avenue

Bridge
Route Details

Length

6.1 mi

Elev. Gain

147.6 ft

Est. Steps

14000
Created by
TheBruce
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