Reviews of Arcadia Management Area (Tourist Attraction)

260 Arcadia Rd, Hope Valley, RI 02823, United States

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At present the firm gets a rating of 4.9 out of 5 and the score is based on 49 reviews.

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REVIEWS OF Arcadia Management Area IN Rhode Island

Taylor Strack

You can easily get lost here.

Alexis Picchione

Best place in Rhode Island.

SilverBack Everett

Neil C

It's a state park

Andrew Clarkin

Lela Mac

Clean and quiet ~

Amanda Turcotte

Zan Beardwood

beautiful place to hike and meditate


Great park, however they should change their pet policy. The park is large enough.

Emily Brown

Richard Oakes

Lindsey Goulet

Beautiful Hiking area! Well maintained. Try the shelter trail its a great adventure :)

Joe R

Manuel Atencio

Gunnar Spong

Keith Lincoln

I love this place but I don't wanna get shot and I don't know when is hunting season

Michael Noelte

Well maintained park by RI DEM fishing, hunting, hiking, & bike paths.

Kevin Andrade

Suzy Q

Beautiful & serene!

Alexandria Hicks


Joseph Santiago

Bruce Pray

Maximo Lopez Jr

big ron

Love it

Pat O

Amy Hope

Great place to hike, great place to bring your dog(s).

Ben Ramos

Great fishing and opportunities to get out and explore RI's waters and woods.

Diane Potter

Robin Reed

Lots of trails with varying terrain


Beautiful place

PJ Davenport

Jared Lazor

Great dog hiking and even places for them to cool down!

Ben Roth

One of the first outdoor excursion I went on in New England, Arcadia did not disappoint. I went in early fall of last year and the views were amazing. There’s some awesome trails, a great place to see the seasons change or to take your dog for an adventure. I look forward to coming back in the near future.

David P

Kathy S

Imminent Threat to Arcadia!!! The town of Hopkinton is about to give the green light to changing the zoning to allow an industrial scale solar installation on 350 acres abutting Arcadia Management Area. 175 acres will be completely cleared of all vegetation (55,000 trees!). The developer insists that the project will have minimal environmental impact, but the installation will destroy habitat, and will be surrounded by a 6 foot cyclone fence that will block any form of wildlife that cannot pass underneath the fence. Habitat destruction on this scale is deadly to species (how many owls and other animals make their homes in those 55,000 trees?). Deforestation undermines the greenhouse gas benefits of solar. Rhode Island’s forests absorb, on average, 88 tons of carbon dioxide per acre. With about 400,000 acres of forest in the state, that’s 35 million tons of carbon sequestered annually for free — the emissions equivalent of 6 million cars. NONE of the environmental advocacy groups (e.g., Nature Conservancy, Clean Water Action, Sierra Club, etc.) support deforestation for solar development citing adverse effects on water quality, air quality, sound quality, decreases in wildlife population and threats to biodiversity. If you are a friend of Arcadia and are concerned about how this will affect its wildlife population, please contact the Hopkinton Town Council and RI DEM to protest what will be the largest industrial solar installation in RI. Let Gov. Raimondo know that you only support industrial scale solar in already disturbed areas such as brown fields, landfills, rooftops, etc (like in surrounding states!). Going solar isn't green if it involves deforestation. Save Arcadia from this encroachment any way you can. UPDATE: This development was not approved, but forests and habitat all over RI are being destroyed for commercial solar. Be vigilant!

Hillary Anne

Mariah Korn

Divine Tao8

ken w

great place to ride horses super footing and great trails. everything from fields to forest.

mike paquette

Fantastic natural area Serene environment

Kyle Brooks

Ronda Ramsey

Please put it on your bucket list

Brenda Lavoie-Hall

Mike Merlin

MOUNTAIN BIKE forever here. My back please don't leave a mess if you visit. Thank you.

Michael Neely

Some nice trails

Chet Sut

A wonderful place for hiking and relaxing. DEM has done a really nice job of managing the park and its natural beauty. Loads of different trails, ponds and creeks,all changing with the seasons.

Joe Carp

Nancy Guzman

Reid M

Great fishing

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