Grace Note Farm and Bed & Breakfast
This historic inn is a 6-room house (1 shared bathroom) located on a 17th century farm in rural Pascoag.
There are nature trails, a vegetable garden, and snowshoeing and cross-country skiing (with instruction/guide) during the winter months. Plus, backpacking, mountain biking, and horseback riding on over 75 miles of trails. Not to mention that guests can even help with horses that live on the farm! This is a truly unique bed & breakfast experience not found too often.
Echo Lake Campground
Open from May 1st – September 30th. The campground has 150 sites for trailers, with water/electric hookups at 100 sites, and tent pads. Reservations are required and pets are not allowed.
Enjoy the beach at Echo Lake Campground with lake access for swimming, canoeing, water-skiing, boating, and fishing. Additionally, there is a camp store, fire pits and picnic tables at each site, badminton, wooded hiking trails, horseshoes, hot showers, and a pavilion.
Firewood is available for sale. Church service on Saturdays.
***CLOSED as of 2021 Camping Season***
The property has been purchased by the State of Rhode Island. Plans for use have not been announced yet. We will post as soon as we know about the plans.
Feinstein Youth Camp
704 Buck Hill Road
Campground with 4 themed “areas” known as the Medieval castle (sleeps 48), Old West adventure (sleeps 48), Pirate High Seas adventure (sleeps 48), and Webelos Woods camping area.
There is archery, BB shooting, nightly campfires, nature and ecology/conservation studies, row boats, paddle boating, and fishing on Crater Lake (which sometimes hosts fishing contests). Plus, a pool, sports fields, dining hall, and trading post.