George B. Parker Woodland Wildlife Refuge
George B. Parker Woodland Wildlife Refuge, in Coventry and Foster, is a magical place of ancient rock formations, Revolutionary War-era carriage roads, great wildlife watching, and strenuous exercise. With 860 acres of mostly forested land, Parker is a rewarding place to spend half a day exploring the extensive trail system far away from traffic noise.
We encourage proper use of the refuge and stewardship of the gifts it offers us to enjoy. The following are prohibited from the refuge: dogs, horses and other pets; picking or collecting of anything besides litter; picnicking or camping; all vehicles (including bicycles) beyond the parking lot; excessive noisemaking; and alcoholic beverages.
Audubon Environmental Education Center
Visit Rhode Island's largest nature center and aquarium!