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      Weetamoo Woods in Tiverton, RI is a town owned and volunteer maintained tract of land that is open to non motorized recreation. Weetamoo has over 750 acres of varied habitats, including rare coastal oak-holly forest and an Atlantic white cedar swamp. While there are only 5-6 miles of trail, additional mileage can be found in the abutting Pardon Gray Preserve and Tiverton town forest, making it possible to do a decent 8-9 mile ride without repeating trails.

      History abounds in Weetamoo woods, part of the original Pocasset Purchase roadway (ca. 1685) is still visible, along with cellar holes and the remains of a village sawmill. Weetamoo herself was the last sachem (Queen) of the Pocasset Tribe of Wampanoag Indians and a warrior in her own right.

      She supported the Great Sachem, Mediacom (King Philip), in the King Philip's War and died in that conflict.

      The trails at Weetamoo are pretty typical of New England. Lots of rocks and roots and due to the topography there are quite a few wet spots. Some of the worst are bridged, but there are still many wet spots, so avoid riding after heavy rain. The trails are generally well marked, using colored markers. The trails consist of a mix of single and double track. The singletracks are quite technical, and even the forest roads have many challenging sections. The Orange and Green trails are favorites of mine, as well as the Ridge trail at Parson Gray preserve. To add extra miles, ride Lafayette road to the far east end, almost to Lake Rd, then take the trail north into the Town Forest. Some of the most aggressive technical trails are north of Lafayette Road and not shown on the map.

      Hunting is not allowed in Weetamoo, so it's a good place to ride in the fall. The land north of Lafayette Rd, the Town Forest, and abutting private lands do allow hunting, so wearing your Orange is still a good idea. It is a swampy area, so there are a lot of mosquitoes and deer flies in the summer. You should also take precautions to deter deer ticks.

      There are several different parking areas; the most popular is on East Road (rt 179) in Tiverton, just east of the historic four corners area. The closest parking to Route 24 is a small lot near the gate at the end of the pavement on Lafayette Rd. The parking areas are shown on the map, which is available online at the Tiverton RI website.

      --By Jason Berube
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      Region Status
      Caution as of Sep 5, 2021
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      Trails (view details)
      Trails Mountain Bike
      Trails Hike
      Trails Trail Running
      Total Distance
      8 miles
      Total Descent
      767 ft
      Total Vertical
      149 ft
      Highest Trailhead
      186 ft
      Ridden Counter

      Popular Weetamoo Woods Mountain Biking Trails

      Recent Ride Log Activity in Region

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      Past Week
      • 3 rides

      Photos of Weetamoo Woods Mountain Bike

      trail: Green
      33 |
      Aug 12, 2022 @ 3:21pm
      Aug 12, 2022
      trail: Orange
      65 |
      Oct 17, 2020 @ 1:10pm
      Oct 17, 2020
      trail: Yellow
      80 |
      Jul 12, 2020 @ 3:43pm
      Jul 12, 2020
      trail: Blue
      44 |
      Jul 12, 2020 @ 3:43pm
      Jul 12, 2020

      Videos of Weetamoo Woods Mountain Bike

      17 Degrees
      trail: Green
      3:34 | 832 | Dec 15, 2013
      First Trip to HMBP
      trail: Green
      3:17 | 73 | Aug 15, 2009

      Recent Trail Reports

      Nov 13, 2021 @ 7:23am
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      Nov 13, 2021 @ 7:23am
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      Oct 13, 2021 @ 12:48pm
      Oct 13, 2021
      Blue (East)
      Sep 4, 2021 @ 6:36am
      Sep 4, 2021
      IdealExtreme bumpy and twistyPlatimer
      Feb 8, 2020 @ 6:19am
      Feb 8, 2020
      VariableTree down completely blocking the trailXgecko
      Feb 8, 2020 @ 6:19am
      Feb 8, 2020
      DryA couple of trees down requiring a bit of...Xgecko
      Feb 8, 2020 @ 6:19am
      Feb 8, 2020
      Prevalent MudXgecko
      Lafayette Connector
      Jul 29, 2019 @ 9:52pm
      Jul 29, 2019
      Yellow Connect
      Jul 29, 2019 @ 9:52pm
      Jul 29, 2019
      This is Fun
      Jul 29, 2019 @ 9:51pm
      Jul 29, 2019

      Activity Feed

      bsperozwishlistregionWeetamoo Woods
      Sep 17, 2023 @ 4:31pm
      Sep 17, 2023
      dirtrider2riddentrailBlue (East)
      Aug 6, 2023 @ 8:17pm
      Aug 6, 2023
      whiskeylemonadewishlistregionWeetamoo Woods
      Jul 23, 2023 @ 2:43pm
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      May 10, 2023 @ 7:10pm
      May 10, 2023
      NEMBAbillupdateregionWeetamoo Woods
      Feb 7, 2023 @ 4:02am
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      CrideouttrailThis is FunCool trails that wind up and down a series of...
      Jan 9, 2021 @ 5:34am
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      Activity Type Stats

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      Mountain Bike148 miles768 ft3 miles148 ft
      Hike148 miles768 ft3 miles148 ft
      Trail Running148 miles768 ft3 miles148 ft
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