The Narragansett Trail is a 16-mile (26 km) Connecticut hiking trail and is one of the Blue-Blazed hiking trails maintained by the Connecticut Forest and Park Association and the Narragansett Council, the Rhode Island chapter of the Boy Scouts of America. For fifteen and one half miles the Narragansett Trail is primarily a southwest-to-northeast trail. At the easternmost end the trail becomes a north-to-south trail section which strictly follows the Connecticut/Rhode Island border south for one half mile.

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  • The Narragansett Trail is a 16-mile (26 km) Connecticut hiking trail and is one of the Blue-Blazed hiking trails maintained by the Connecticut Forest and Park Association and the Narragansett Council, the Rhode Island chapter of the Boy Scouts of America. The trail is located in the towns of Ledyard, Voluntown and North Stonington in eastern Connecticut as well the Connecticut/Rhode Island border and it traverses the Lantern Hill section of the Mashantucket Pequot Reservation, the Groton Sportsman Club, the Nature Conservancy's Gladys Foster Preserve, the Pachaug State Forest Green Falls Pond area and the Rhode Island Boy Scouts Narragansett Council Camp Yawgoog reservation property. For fifteen and one half miles the Narragansett Trail is primarily a southwest-to-northeast trail. At the easternmost end the trail becomes a north-to-south trail section which strictly follows the Connecticut/Rhode Island border south for one half mile. Notable features include the summits of Lantern Hill and High Ledge. The trail goes near, but does not summit Cossaduck Hill and Pendleton Hill. (en)
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  • Narragansett Trail "white oval" sign at junction of Connecticut State Route 2 and Ryder Road.
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  • CFPA Blue-Blazed Trail
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  • Hunters, deer ticks, poison ivy, insects, snakes, black bears
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  • Lantern Hill Pond
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  • Narragansett Trail
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  • Lantern Hill, High Ledge, Wyassup Lake, Green Falls Pond, CT/RI Border Marker
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  • The Narragansett Trail is a 16-mile (26 km) Connecticut hiking trail and is one of the Blue-Blazed hiking trails maintained by the Connecticut Forest and Park Association and the Narragansett Council, the Rhode Island chapter of the Boy Scouts of America. For fifteen and one half miles the Narragansett Trail is primarily a southwest-to-northeast trail. At the easternmost end the trail becomes a north-to-south trail section which strictly follows the Connecticut/Rhode Island border south for one half mile. (en)
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  • Narragansett Trail (en)
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