The Story of the Yawgoog Trails

The Story of the Yawgoog Trails

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An unofficial trail guide covering Yawgoog Scout Reservation (Camp Yawgoog) in Rockville, Rhode Island, and beyond.

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The Story of the Yawgoog Trails
16 places updated January 31, 2013
Camp Yawgoog and nearby areas were filming locations for the 2012 movie "Moonrise Kingdom." Yawgoog was the setting for the fictional "Khaki Scout" camp "Fort Lebanon."
The Story of the Yawgoog Trails
11 places updated May 7, 2012
Properties operated by Narragansett Council, BSA. For some reason the listing for Camp Buxton has been classified as a private home.
The Story of the Yawgoog Trails
5 places updated April 22, 2012
Starting from where the Yawgoog Red Trail and the Narragansett Trail diverge near North Road to Ell Pond and Long Pond. Hikers can return they way they came. A subset of the Narragansett Trail.
The Story of the Yawgoog Trails
11 places updated November 22, 2013
A loop starting and ending at the state line in Yawgoog Scout Reservation (4.43 miles / 7.13 kilometers). A subset of the Narragansett Trail.
The Story of the Yawgoog Trails
9 places updated November 22, 2013
This route starts at the Gladys Foster Preserve in North Stonington and ends at the state border in Yawgoog Scout Reservation (11.6 miles / 18.6 kilometers). A subset of the Narragansett Trail.
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18 places updated November 23, 2013
It follows the Narragansett Trail from the state line on Camp Yawgoog Road to Green Fall Pond, the Pachaug Trail to Beach Pond, then the Tippecansett Trail back to Yawgoog. 11.2 miles/18.1 kilometers
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    "On the Narragansett and Yellow trails in Camp Yawgoog."
    The Story of the Yawgoog TrailsThe Story of the Yawgoog Trails · November 23, 2013
    Bridge
    · Rockville, United States
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    "The field is dedicated to Yawgoog staffer John F. O'Brien."
    The Story of the Yawgoog TrailsThe Story of the Yawgoog Trails · November 23, 2013
    Field
    · Rockville, United States
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    "Part of Yawgoog's Orange Trail, the Swamp Trail is between The Steps of the Scout Law and Sharpe Lodge."
    The Story of the Yawgoog TrailsThe Story of the Yawgoog Trails · November 23, 2013
    Trail
    · Rockville, United States
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    "Getting closer to Yawgoog Scout Reservation, BSA!"
    The Story of the Yawgoog TrailsThe Story of the Yawgoog Trails · November 23, 2013
    Other Outdoors
    · Rockville, United States
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    ""The dam is on the Green Fall Pond Trail (a loop around the pond), the Yawgoog Green Fall Pond area hike, and the Narragansett Trail.""
    The Story of the Yawgoog TrailsThe Story of the Yawgoog Trails · November 22, 2013
    Bridge
    · Voluntown, United States
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    "The eastern side of the road (with the marker) is Rhode Island and the western side is the Pachaug State Forest in Connecticut. On the Tippecansett Trail and the Yawgoog Beachgoer hike."
    The Story of the Yawgoog TrailsThe Story of the Yawgoog Trails · November 22, 2013
    Trail
    · Exeter, United States