This path has Quite a bit to offer. Water Falls, Canals from days of old, with wildlife, the Blackstone River, to name a few. Once a Deer crossed my Path. This time of Year, it is Beautiful, with everything so Green & Vibrant. The path is relatively flat, with just one incline. The total ride is 22 miles, but I start in the middle, so you can go less, if you need too.
When I Ride Bike Paths, I usually split into several Groups. This allows everyone to go at a speed they are comfortable with.
The Tourism Center should be open. There are Clean Restrooms & a State Police Sub Station. Those with Outstanding Warrants, may want to Alter your Appearance.
Not sure where to head for Food, after the Ride. There are plenty of places, at the next exit. Any suggestions ??
Directions: The Tourist Center is only Accessible from Route 295 North. It is Located between exits 9 & 10 on Route 295 North. from the Worcester Area, 146 South to Route 295 North. The Tourist Stop, is just ahead about 1 mile or so. From the East Bay, 195 West, 95 North, 146 North, Route 295 North.
If you are coming from the North, I would go 295 South, I would get off at Route 146 & get on 295 North. ( Not exactly sure how that works, but I know it is doable. Sounds like the last words of Johnny Knoxville or Steve O. ). The Tourist Center is just ahead about 1 Mile.