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The Story of the Yawgoog Trails

The Story of the Yawgoog Trails

An unofficial trail guide covering Yawgoog Scout Reservation (Camp Yawgoog) in Rockville, Rhode Island, and beyond.
Camp YawgoogRockville, RI • April 15, 2012

The T. Dawson Brown gateway, Yawgoog's main entrance, is named after a president of the Rhode Island Boy Scouts (RIBS) -- precursor of Narragansett Council, BSA. On the Orange Trail. Read more

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Buck Hill Scout ReservationPascoag, RI • April 19, 2012

The camp is operated by Narragansett Council, BSA. Read more

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Sharpe LodgeRockville, RI • April 10, 2012

Named after the philanthropic Sharpe family of Rhode Island, it is Camp Three Point's dining hall. On the Orange Trail, the Yellow Trail's southern terminus and the eastern terminus of the Red Trail. Read more

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Lucie's CarpetRockville, RI • April 10, 2012

Legend has it that "Lucie" would come from Rockville to sweep the ledge off. Read more

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Campcraft Center and New Frontier ProgramRockville, RI • June 12, 2013

On the Yawgoog White Trail. The pavilions were dedicated by the Yawgoog Alumni Association in 2011. Read more

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The Story of the Yawgoog Trails’s Lists

18 places including State Border Marker on Camp Yawgoog Road, Dinosaur Caves, State Border Marker on Noah's Ark Road, Jesse H. Metcalf Lodge
10 places including Green Fall Helistop, Hill 431, Camp Yawgoog Sign, URE Outfitters
43 places including Lantern Hill, Hewitt / Gallup Pond, Armstrong Point, Ashville Pond
17 places including Hemlock Ledge, Blueberry Swamp, Lucie's Carpet, Yawgoog Pond Dam
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