Weather forecasts for heavy rain with thunderstorms and even the potential for flash floods have informed our decision to cancel tonight’s full moon walk. Stay safe!
The Ten Mile River Watershed Council, the East Providence Conservation Commission and the National Park Service invite you to experience the beauty of a late summer sunset and full harvest moonrise across the Turner Reservoir. Learn about the fish ladder restoring the herring run. Our easy, less than a mile walk will include a side trip to an ancient oak tree at Bridgham Farm.
No reservations are needed for this free event. Dogs on leash are welcome. Be sure to wear comfortable walking shoes. Bug repellant is advised. Be sure to bring a flashlight.
Contact Ben Cote at To learn more about the Ten Mile River Watershed Council visit their website and their Facebook page
You can learn more about the East Providence Conservation Commission at their website and their Facebook page.
The Turner Reservoir Loop Trailhead is located in East Providence along Route 114A across from Hunts Mills at 400 Pleasant Street. This is about about 200 feet north of Seekonk town line near the intersection of 114A with Ledge Road. Free parking is available in two lots on either side of the Ten Mile River.