Map of the Washington Secondary Bike Path


Washington Secondary Bike Path

Washington secondary Bike Path Rhode Island map area

Washington Secondary Bike Path


19 miles




Coventry, West Warwick, Cranston


rail-trail, woodlands, wetlands, Flat River Reservoir, residential neighborhoods, commercial districts, schools, parks



The Washington Secondary Bike Path is a 19-mile long paved pathway located in Central Rhode Island to the southwest of Providence. The bike path was constructed along an abandoned railroad corridor and is the longest bike path in the state. There are several sections to the trail which are referred to with various names, including: Trestle Trail, Coventry Greenway, West Warwick Greenway, Warwick Bike Path and Cranston Bike Path.

The finished trail will be 24-miles long and extend west to the Connecticut border.


The Washington Secondary Bike Path is paved for the entire route. There are some street crossing, but a number of underpasses or overpasses for crossing the major roadways.


The Washington Secondary Bike Path goes past the following communities: Coventry, West Warwick and Cranston to the southwest of the Providence urban area.

Points of Interest

The Washington Secondary Bike Path goes past the following points of interest:

Stump Pond
Flat River Reservoir
Coventry Public Library
Herbert F. Paine Memorial Field
Rice Memorial Field
Matteson Pond Recreation Area
West Warwick High School
Riverpoint Park
Oak Lawn Elementary School
Cranston High School West
Hugh B. Bain Middle School
End Points

The west end of the Washington Secondary Bike Path is located along Log Bridge Road and Railroad Street in the community of Coventry.

The northeast end of the bike path is located at Depot Avenue, just south of Cranston Street in Cranston.


Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the Washington Secondary Bike Path, Rhode Island