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WELCOME TO THE WILLIAM C. O’NEILL BIKE PATH!
Welcome to South County's William C. O'Neill Bike Path, one of the premiere paths in the North East. The path was formerly called, and is still frequently referred to as the South County Bike Path. Presently, the path is 7 miles in length but when completed, it will be approximately 8 miles. From the Kingston train station, the path follows the easement of the old Narragansett Pier Railroad passing through the villages of Peace Dale, Wakefield, and Narragansett and will end near the Narragansett Town Beach.
After much anticipation, progress on Phase 3 of the Bike Path, connecting Wakefield to Narragansett, is underway! The project was officially advertised on January 13th, with the Bid Opening scheduled for February 3rd. This should put the Phase 3 ground breaking sometime in early summer. Check back for updates!
Thanks to all who made it out for this wonderful night of art, music and festivities. Here are some photos from the event:
Enter Today! Deadline August 12, 2009
8 Top Prizes totaling over $1,000
Photography should capture the essence of Charlestown, Coventry, East Greenwich, Exeter, Hopkinton, Narragansett, North Kingstown, Richmond, South Kingstown, Westerly, and West Greenwich – spring, summer, winter, fall – beaches, wildlife, events, weddings, recreation, etc.
Presentations will be made during a press conference at the Courthouse Center for the Arts
Thursday | August 20, 2009 | 6-7:30 p.m. 1st Place: $500
2nd Place: $250
3rd Place: $100
5 Runners-up: $50 each
Come join us for a Cyle tour of South County! This year the 24th Annual Rhode Island Historic Preservation Conference is being held in South County and will feature a tour of South County’s William C. O’Neill bike path with Bob Votava and Rob Swanson. The tour starts at 2pm and lasts until 5:00, and is just one of the days events when you attend the one-day conference. Don’t forget to register today!
Visit the Rhode Island Historical Preservation site for information and registration.
Check out these great Public Service Announcements created for us by Patti Cassidy of Jamestown:
Not Just For Bikes
South County Bike Path Has It All