Rhode Island

The ambitious effort to create the East Coast Greenway (ECG)—an uninterrupted network of bike paths, some preexisting and some newly constructed, from Calais, Maine, to Key West, Fla.—began in 1991. Today, the off-road portion is nearly one-third complete, with designated roads connecting the dots. These eight segments highlight the best of the ECG in AMC’s…

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Rhode Island’s largest area open to mountain biking sits in between some of New England’s largest cities. The 14,000-acre Arcadia Management Area, tucked just off Interstate 95 near the Connecticut border, is less than 30 miles from Providence and can be reached from Boston, Hartford, and New Haven in less than two hours. Arcadia’s dense…

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Some of the Northeast’s more tranquil and remote spots can only be reached by water. With spring upon us, it’s time to launch your kayak or canoe into a new lake or pond. AMC authors have explored the best ponds and lakes across the Northeast for the Quiet Water book series (a completely revised edition…

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