National Park of Rhode Island

There is currently two National Park Service Site in Rhode Island and 3 associated sites.

Official National Parks of Rhode Island

  • Blackstone River Valley National Historical Park
  • Roger Williams National Memorial

Associated sites of Rhode Island

  • John H. Chafee Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor
  • Touro Synagogue National Historic Site
  • Washington-Rochambeau National Historic Trail
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Rhode Island National Parks

Blackstone River Valley National Historical Park

Roger Williams National Memorial

John H. Chafee Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor

Touro Synagogue National Historic Site

Washington-Rochambeau National Historic Trail

Washington-Rochambeau National Historic Trail is a 680-mile long Historical Trail.  The trail is sometimes known as the Washington–Rochambeau Revolutionary Route.  The route follows the road used by George Washington’s Continental Army and Jean-Baptiste de Rochambeau’s Expédition Particulière took on their way from Newport, Rode Island to Yorktown, Virginia. Yorktown was the final battle of the American Revolutionary War.

Washington-Rochambeau National Historic Trail is primary an auto trail.  While the route forces on the march to Yorktown, the trail passes thru or near many other important revolutionary war sites. Rhode Island sites include the Joy Homestead.

Washington-Rochambeau National Historic Trail passes thru Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, Washington D.C, and Virginia.

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