Do not let its name mislead you. The Snake Den State Park is actually a beautiful and safe place to go to unwind and savor the beauty that is Rhode Island countryside. It is located in Providence County, Rhode Island. The park measures 1,000 in total size and rises 394 feet. Largely undeveloped, the park still has its ?wild? side, although there are government plans to further develop it.
The park was named after ?Snake Den?, which is a canyon-like fissure inside the park. The park features a fully operational farm, known as Dame Farm, which is the park?s testament to the state of Rhode Island?s agricultural heritage. The park also aims to be a green, open space for people who want to escape the Providence metropolitan area. The park is open year-round and it offers activities such as picnicking, biking, hiking, and nature watching.