• Joey Amato

Fall in Love with Blackstone Valley, Rhode Island



Blackstone Valley is a quick 15-20 minute drive from Providence, Rhode Island and Blackstone Valley has everything you need for a quintessential fall escape - fit with scenic outdoor adventures, a growing beer scene and apple picking.


Wright’s Dairy Farm unveiled its newest project, The Wright Scoop, two years ago which serves up some of the best small-batch from cow to cone ice cream. This 1966 Streamline Trailer turned ice cream shop offers fall flavors including Apple Crisp and Brown Butter Pecan.



Jaswell’s and Phantom Farms are two notable farms in the region where locals and visitors alike can go apple picking.


Glocester Scarecrow Festival is back on October 16! The event takes place at the quaint Chepachet Village. Expect local musicians, activities such as pumpkin painting and local Rhode Island food favorites like clam cakes and chowder.


The Blackstone River Bikeway, which will ultimately extend 48 miles into Massachusetts, offers scenic bike views that follow the Blackstone River, the birthplace of the American Industrial Revolution. The river was critically important in the industrial development of the country and home to some of the nation’s first water-powered mills. Today, it's tree lined, teeming with fish (and as a result, hawks), turtles, frogs, and other wildlife. The bikeway runs within the Blackstone River Valley National Historical Park.