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Lombardi Park and Andreozzi Nature Preserve

Barrington, Barrington Land Conservation Trust

0.3 miles of trail

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Very Easy

Trails that are smooth and relatively level with no steps, no roots, stones or uneven ground. These may be paved, crushed stone, continuous boardwalk and similar surfaces. These trails have a route that is quite obvious such as a single point to point trail or an easy loop or network of trails.

Easy

Relatively flat and smooth trails with a route that is quite obvious such as a single point to point trail or an easy loop or network of trails.

Moderate

May have a few hills or steep sections and multiple surface types including rocks and roots. Trails are generally well-marked but following them requires a trail map.

Difficult

Strenuous trails, trail systems that mostly involve multi-mile loops and trails that are narrow and may have obstacles such as stream crossings or rocky areas, some trails are less well marked.

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In Rhode Island the primary hunting seasons typically run from the second Saturday in September to the last day of February and from the third Saturday in April to the last day in May, however this can vary from year to year and depends on what game is being hunted. During hunting season you should wear at least 200 square inches (a hat OR a vest) of blaze orange. During shotgun deer season, which is typically in December, you should wear at least 500 square inches of blaze orange (a hat AND a vest). For more information see the RI DEM website.

The Lee Ann Drive Trailhead for Andreozzi Nature PreserveThe Trailhead off the Bike Path for Andreozzi Nature PreserveThe Main Trail at Andreozzi Nature PreserveThe New Bridge on the Side Trail at Andreozzi Nature PreserveThe Trailhead off the Bike Path for Lombardi ParkThe Overlook by the Bike Path at Lombardi ParkThe Ice House Foundation at Lombardi Park

What’s There:

These two small properties are within 100 yards of each other off the East Bay Bicycle path. They each have short trails that can be walked in under 10 minutes. They are both in residential neighborhoods. From entrance to Andreozzi off the bike path a short trail goes along the east bank of a narrow stream through hardwoods and scrub with wetlands along the opposite shore. A short dead end trail leads across a newly constructed bridge built by Scouts to the western side of the property. The main trail continues to the south to emerge on Lee Ann Drive.

From the entrance to Andreozzi the entrance to Lombardi Park is 300 feet to the northwest along the bike path, on the left. Along the way there are views to the south of Little Echo Lake which was a former ice pond. Look for the sign about ice harvesting on the south side of the bike path. The entrance to Lombardi is just ahead on the left. Foundations of the ice house can be found along the short loop trail that enter the woods behind the trailhead sign.

Barrington Land Conservation Trust Protected Lands List

Dogs: Dogs must be leashed and picked up after at ALL times.

Getting There:

Lee Ann Drive entrance to Andreozzi Nature Preserve Trailhead

Google Maps is the mapping system used on the new ExploreRI maps and shows the trailhead located on a terrain view, a street map or an aerial photograph. Clicking on this link will take you to the full Google Maps website, which is not part of ExploreRI.org.
Acme Maps shows the trailhead located on a topographic map. The Acme Maps website is not part of ExploreRI.org.

Driving Landmarks: The trailhead is on the left almost immediately after turning onto Lee Ann Drive from Vialls Drive going north. A Barrington Land Conservation Trust trailhead sign marks the start of the trail.

Parking: Yes: On street, no overnight parking

ADA Accessible Parking Spaces? No

Coordinates: 41° 44.446' N    71° 19.953' W   See this location in: Google Maps   Acme Maps


East Bay Bicycle Path entrance to Andreozzi Nature Preserve Trailhead

Google Maps is the mapping system used on the new ExploreRI maps and shows the trailhead located on a terrain view, a street map or an aerial photograph. Clicking on this link will take you to the full Google Maps website, which is not part of ExploreRI.org.
Acme Maps shows the trailhead located on a topographic map. The Acme Maps website is not part of ExploreRI.org.

Driving Landmarks: This trailhead is off the bike path and is about 1000 feet northwest along the bike path from where the path crosses Middle Highway.

Parking: No

Coordinates: 41° 44.351' N    71° 20.008' W   See this location in: Google Maps   Acme Maps


East Bay Bicycle Path entrance to Lombardi Park Trailhead

Google Maps is the mapping system used on the new ExploreRI maps and shows the trailhead located on a terrain view, a street map or an aerial photograph. Clicking on this link will take you to the full Google Maps website, which is not part of ExploreRI.org.
Acme Maps shows the trailhead located on a topographic map. The Acme Maps website is not part of ExploreRI.org.

Driving Landmarks: This trailhead is off the bike path and is about 1300 feet northwest along the bike path from where the path crosses Middle Highway.

Parking: No

Coordinates: 41° 44.374' N    71° 20.083' W   See this location in: Google Maps   Acme Maps


The East Bay Bike Path passes right by both properties


 

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