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Sachuest Point National Wildlife Refuge

#1 of 27 things to do in Middletown Features Animals
Middletown, RI
+1 401-364-9124
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The government can do something good.

This is a great place to go to see beautiful vistas of the Atlantic Ocean. Walking trails provide a... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
hebronwolfs
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Hebron, Connecticut
Nice easy walk, great views

Always a good walk - you get great views of the ocean (including seeing the cliff walk in the... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
mccaffjt
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Newport, Rhode Island
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A rich variety of habitats from salt and freshwater marshes, to grasslands to sandy beaches and dunes make this 242-acre nature refuge an excellent destination for outdoor and birding enthusiasts.
  • Excellent77%
  • Very good21%
  • Average1%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible1%
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“bird watching” (10 reviews)
“easy walk” (7 reviews)
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Middletown, RI
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a great place to go to see beautiful vistas of the Atlantic Ocean. Walking trails provide a place to explore. Never crowded once you're on the trails. In the winter this is a prime spot for birding.

Thank hebronwolfs
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Always a good walk - you get great views of the ocean (including seeing the cliff walk in the distance) along with lots of birds (that you may only hear instead of see!).

Thank mccaffjt
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Very tranquil. Great for a walk, run, or family hike. Plenty of wildlife. Be careful with ticks. Great ocean views. FRESH AIR!

Thank Steven M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The info center itself was well-presented with knowledgeable, friendly staff. The trails were well-kept, wide, and seemed to be of a surface that handicapped people would be able to navigate. Birds were all over the place; the trails were well-marked; the views were spectacular.

Thank SeniorTravelME
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Nicely maintained paths providing great views from various spots around the point. Nice displays and clean bathrooms in the visitors center. Watch out for all the poison ivy off the paths - though they are plenty Wide in order to avoid it. Bring a sun...More

Thank Heather F
Reviewed 22 May 2017

This is a wonderful spot for walking, lots of paths, trail map available, very doable. Wildlife abounds, especially in the winter. For birders, a paradise. Sunrises and sunsets any time of the year are spectacular.

Thank Len P
Reviewed 16 May 2017

The park attendant pointed out what was seen recently and the "loaner" birding gear was an added bonus.

Thank Robert M
Reviewed 14 May 2017

We went to this location for a walk each morning before the other attractions we wanted to see opened for business. Beautiful views of the Ocean and the Bay. The birds were plentiful and lots of fun to watch and listen for. The trails are...More

Thank Zipride
Reviewed 26 April 2017

We like to walk and the path goes along the whole shoreline with great views. There are deer and rabbits and birds everywhere. A favorite attraction and it is all free.

Thank mhdachase
Reviewed 13 April 2017 via mobile

Love to hike here when we visit. Views are incredible. Visitor center has great displays for kids and restrooms. Very friendly staff. There is a small gift shop too.

Thank 727trvlr
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gvsnj
Where are the best photo spots, best trails? Where is the best angle for both sunrise and sunset shots?
19 August 2016|
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Response from DGandSAG | Reviewed this property |
In some ways, the "best" spot is at Sachuset Point itself, which is between shoreline access points 2 and 4 on the refuge map that you can get at the headquarters or can download online (can't list the URL here due to TA... More
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robinA6655UE
We are visiting in April are leased dogs allowed on trails?
11 March 2016|
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Response from jazanana | Reviewed this property |
Sorry, no idea. Don't remember seeing any dogs. Look for a website - might be info there.
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Ling N
Open in winter? Is it still walkable?
28 February 2015|
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Response from lks08 | Reviewed this property |
Its open, check on visitors center hours, sure it would be rough going with all the snow, trails aren't cleared. But some good viewing if you're up to it. Skis or snow shoes???
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