Ten Mile River Greenway

The Ten Mile River Greenway is 3 miles long and connects a number of recreational spaces and athletic fields, including Slater Park, in the northeast corner of Pawtucket. It is one of the few bike paths in Rhode Island that was not built along a former rail corridor. This means the path follows the natural contour of the land and provides a very scenic ride along rolling terrain on the banks of the James Turner Reservoir.

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Construction History

The bikeway was built in two phases since the early 2000s.

Chronological Listing

  • 2004: The initial segment opens from Slater Park in Pawtucket to the Kimberly Ann Rock Athletic Fields in East Providence (2 miles)
  • 2014: From Slater Park at the Armistice Boulevard entrance to the Daggett Athletic Fields. (1 mile)

Path Features & Riding Experience

A scenic ride along rolling terrain on the banks of the James Turner Reservoir. In Slater Park, many other riding opportunities abound, including easy access to the historic 1894 Looff Carousel.

Maintenance Questions

Spot graffiti, trash, or other maintenance problems? Contact to the Pawtucket Parks and Recreation Department at (401) 728-0500 or the East Providence Recreation Department at (401) 735-7511.

Parking Information

Directions to public parking along the bike path.

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