George B. Parker Woodland Wildlife Refuge
The expanse that is the George B. Parker Woodland Wildlife Refuge preserves a part of Rhode Island's flora, fauna and history. Hikers and wildlife enthusiasts can bask in this refuge's forest and fields or marvel at the sporadic cairn, an archaic stone landmark. Guests also can explore an 18th century house and barn. The barn is the park's nature center. This park does not allow alcoholic beverages, biking, camping, fishing, geocaching, horseback riding, hunting, letterboxing, littering, pets, picnicking or sample collection of any kind.
- Hours: Daily, dawn - dusk
- Area: 860 acres