Boyden Heights is an East Providence Conservation Commission property that overlooks a cove and the Providence River. The trailhead starts at a small parking area on Boyden Boulevard. There is a red blazed loop trail, a blue blazed "lollipop" loop trail, as well as a spur that leads to the bike path. One of the highlights of Boyden Heights is the dock that reaches out into the cove. Swans, ducks, and several other species of birds, including orioles, yellow finches, and woodpeckers are commonly seen here. Across the cove, the clubhouse of the Squantum Association is the most predominant structure. It was built in 1900 replacing the 1873 structure. The property also abuts the East Bay Bike Path, if you wanted a walk of more distance you could follow the bike path south to the Pomham Rocks Lighthouse or to the north toward Watchemoket Cove.
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