BLACKSTONE RIVER SAFETY ALERT
DUE TO HIGH AND FAST WATER CONDITIONS ON THE BLACKSTONE RIVER AND ITS TRIBUTARIES, WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND NOT GOING OUT IN CANOES OR KAYAKS OR OTHER SMALL VESSELS ON THE RIVER UNTIL WATER LEVELS AND FLOW HAVE RETURNED TO NORMAL. PLEASE BE SAFE!
Blackstone River Bikeway The Massachusetts Section
Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation.
During construction, the interim on-road bikeway generally follows the Blackstone River as it meanders through six towns on its way to the Rhode Island border.
To view maps of the completed segement of the Bikeway in Massachusetts, as well as an overview map and detailed maps of the planned bikeway route, please follow the links below.
Did You Know?
Parts of three different Native American nations lived in the Blackstone River Valley: the Nipmuc, the Wampanoag and the Narragansett. Members of each of these nations, along with other Native Americans, still live here today.