- Our list of the best things to do in Smithfield, Rhode Island, features the top 294 nearby activities — including 135 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Smithfield, RI has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Entertainment & Shows, and Sights & Landmarks.
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Featuring paddle boards from 9 to 12 feet long, Neverbored Board Shop, Inc. offers visitors hourly rentals and lessons with experienced instructors. During the winter, visitors can also rent snowboards to take out on the region's slopes.
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17-35 Connor's Farm Drive, Smithfield, RI 2917 MoreLess Info
A popular hiking destination in Smithfield, Connor's Farm Conservation Area offers some of the best sights in the city. Visitors can enjoy easy or challenging trails that include rocky hillsides, river crossings and marshland.
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Powder Mill Ledges Wildlife Refuge is run and maintained by the Audubon Society of Rhode Island. Three trails provide up to 1 1/2 hours of naturally beautiful hikes and a bird feeding station is also available to visit.
Audubon Society of Rhode Island has a gift shop, educational resource center and bird feeding station and is headquartered on a 120-acre wildlife refuge. Visitors can hike the trails and enjoy watching birds and other animals.
Wolf Hill Forest Preserve provides 6 miles of hiking and nature trails along the Woonasquatucket Reservoir. This is a popular location for bird watching, hiking, wilderness walks, and fishing and a WWII memorial can also be found.
Ideal for leisurely walks, the Stillwater Scenic Trail was originally the bed of a railroad that connected Providence with several Massachusetts towns. Most of the one mile trail follows the Woonasquatucket River before it flows into the Stillwater Pond.