Norman Bird Sanctuary
Newport is known for it's shopping, restaurants, and opulent mansions but we also have spectacular nature trails, state parks and wild life sanctuaries to explore.
Sachuest Point Wildlife Refuge | 769 Sachuest Point Rd
Take in the beauty of the multiple walking trails, beaches and overlooks with endless sightings of deer, birds and other creatures.
Beavertail State Park | Beavertail Rd
Located just over the Pell Bridge in Jamestown, enjoy stunning views of Narragansett Bay with walking trails galore. Visit the lighthouse museum and learn the rich history of Beavertail and the other lighthouses in Rhode Island.
Norman Bird Sanctuary | 583 3rd Beach Rd
The 325 acre sanctuary is a nonprofit and environmental education center with diverse habitats and 7 miles of hiking trails.
Sakonnet Greenway Trail | 388 Mitchell's Lane
This is the longest, continuous nature trail on Aquidneck Island at 10 miles long. The Sakonnet Greenway Trail is a true snapshot of inland Aquidneck Island with wildlife, open meadows and woodlands.
The Cliff Walk | 117 Memorial Blvd
Newport's enchanting 3.5-mile Cliff Walk provide panoramic ocean views, crashing waves and the perfect amount of sea breeze on one side and stunning, century-old, Gilded Age mansions on the other.