Rhode Island Bound

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When planning your trip to Rhode Island you might not be thinking of horseback riding on the beach, but you should be. C and L Stables located in Goddard Memorial State Park and offer access to 18 miles of trails or beach rides along the East Greenwich Bay. Riders of all levels are welcome and the stables has even been awarded the North American Horseman Association “SAFETY AWARD” ten years in a row.

rhode island museum

If history is more your style visit the Cloud Hill Victorian House Museum. An authentic example of Victoriana and Rhode Island architecture designed by William Walker & Sons the house was originally a wedding gift and has remained in the family since then. One of these family members is Anne “Nancy” Allen Holst, whose history you can learn more about. She is an inspiration for her work fighting fire and became the world’s first female fire chief.

The Museum is staffed entirely by volunteers and is open for scheduled exhibits. Be sure to look at their site when planning a visit. This is your opportunity to take a look into the past with family items and furniture dating back to the 1870’s. Outside the grounds have a variety of trees and shrubs that have led to it being called the West Bay arboretum. Kids will also enjoy checking out the mid-1800s gypsy wagon and the fire truck used by the Cedar Hill Volunteer Fire Company. Their headquarters was located in a white shed on the property.

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For your stay in Rhode Island check out (or rather into) Hotel Dolce Villa. Right on Federal hill and located in the “Little Italy” neighborhood in Providence, the hotel offers easy access to many local attractions. Within a mile of Waterplace Park & Riverwalk, Providence Performing Arts Center, and seven colleges and universities like Brown University and the Rhode Island School of Design. Centrally located Hotel Dolce Villa is a great base for your visit.

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  1. You are right! When I think of Providence, R. I.
    I don’t think of horseback riding and I didn’t know of the “Little Italy” neighborhood in Providence, RI
    The Hotel Dolce Villa looks like a beautiful place to stay! Thank you for sharing all this information on Rhode Island! You have made it more interesting for me to want to visit!

  2. So beautiful! It looks like a lovely place to visit!

  3. kathy pease says

    I will have to check into this for our next vacation

  4. Sara Tarver says

    Looks like fun!

  5. Antoinette M says

    I’ve never been to Rhode island. I would like the museum visit!

  6. Dana Rodriguez says

    This looks like a fun place to visit. I would love the horseback riding!

  7. Never been to Rhode Island! 🙂

  8. I’d like to ride horses along the beach. I’ve ridden in the mountains, but never by a beach.

  9. Those patio planters are stunning

  10. My familiarity with Rhode Island is only the beaches, it looks like a nice place to explore other places, too, nice vacation! Love horseback riding, too!

  11. Linda Tice says

    never thought about a trip to rhode island but you make it so enticing. I really really want to see the hotel and grounds

  12. looks so fun!

  13. Wow I’ve never been to Rhode Island but now I really want to go!

  14. Abigail Gibson says

    Look so nice and peaceful. Would love to visit.

  15. Lovely, never been to RI

  16. Horseback riding would be the highlight of any trip. Wyoming has similar tours where you ride through the mountains.

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