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Click on any of the stars or parks on the map for more information. To zoom in, use the zoom buttons to the left of the map. To move around on the map, click and drag on the map.

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Map created by Bruce Hooke for the Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council using data from RIGIS and other sources.

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Lyman Avenue Access:

Lyman Avenue in Johnston is currently the northwest end of the bike path. Lyman Avenue is a small, residential street off of Greenville Avenue.

Hillside Avenue is a better place to access the bike path if you are arriving by car because there is a small parking area there.

From Lyman Avenue it is 4.6 miles to Waterplace Park in downtown Providence.

Hillside Avenue Access:

Hillside Avenue in Johnston is a small street off of Greenville Avenue/Manton Avenue. There is a small parking lot here for the bike path making this a great location from which to get to the bike path if you are arriving by car.

From Hillside Avenue it is 3.9 miles to Waterplace Park in downtown Providence, and 0.7 miles to Lyman Avenue, at the northwest end of the bike path.

Buttonhole Golf Course:

Buttonhole is a public, 9-hole golf course. It is a "non-profit initiative governed by The Golf Foundation of Rhode Island and dedicated to providing a short course and teaching center focused on kids and 'golf, the greatest game.'" For more details, see the Buttonhole website. There is a spur of the bike path that wraps around the north end of the golf course.

From Buttonhole it is 3.8 miles to Waterplace Park in downtown Providence, and 1.5 miles to Lyman Avenue, at the northwest end of the bike path.

Manton Gateway:

Manton Gateway is a small green-space on Manton Avenue. There is access to the bike path here via a spur from the path up to the street. The only parking available is on-street parking along Manton Avenue.

The bike path is handicapped accessible from Manton Gateway, but Hillside Avenue and Riverside Park will be easier places to get on the bike path for those who use a wheelchair.

From Manton Gateway it is 3.4 miles to Waterplace Park in downtown Providence, and 1.5 miles to Lyman Avenue, at the northwest end of the bike path.

Merino Park:

Merino Park is a city park with a playground, a basketball court, and soccer fields. It is in the Hartford neighborhood, just off Route 6. To access the bike path go across the foot bridge over the highway. There is a large parking lot at Merino Park.

From Merino Park it is 2.8 miles to Waterplace Park in downtown Providence, and 2.1 miles to Lyman Avenue, at the northwest end of the bike path.

Riverside Park:

Riverside Park is a new city park with a playground, a canoe launch, a community garden, and a new fish ladder to allow fish to migrate around the dam. It is on Aleppo Street in the Olneyville neighborhood of Providence. The major off-road section of the bike path starts here and runs northwest into Johnston. There is on-street parking along Aleppo Street.

From Riverside Park it is 2.3 miles to Waterplace Park in downtown Providence, and 2.3 miles to Lyman Avenue, at the northwest end of the bike path.

Donigian Park:

Donigian Park is a city park with a playground, a basketball court, a baseball diamond, and a canoe launch. It is in the Valley neighborhood, near the intersection of Atwells and Valley Street. The bike path passes the park on Valley Street. There is usually plenty of on-street parking here.

From Donigian Park it is 1.6 miles to Waterplace Park in downtown Providence, and 3.0 miles to Lyman Avenue, at the northwest end of the bike path.

Waterplace Park:

Waterplace Park is in downtown Providence, just down the hill from the State House, next to Providence Place Mall. To pick up the bike path, follow the river under the mall. If you are driving here, you can either pay to park at the mall or look for on street parking.

From Waterplace Park it is 2.3 miles to Riverside Park and 4.6 miles to Lyman Avenue, at the northwest end of the bike path.

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