Andreozzi Nature Preserve has trailheads located on the East Bay Bike Path near juncture of South Lake Drive in Barrington, RI and also on LeeAnn Drive, near the juncture with Vialls Drive, in Barrington.
Andreozzi Nature Preserve is a small conservation area owned and managed by the Barrington and Conservation Trust, located within 100 yards of Lombardi Park, off the East Bay Bike Path.
Andreozzi Nature Preserve was donated by Annie J. Andreozzi in memory of her husband, Emilio L. Andreozzi, to establish a natural area where plants, birds and other forms of animal life could be protected. She wished to have the property used to further public knowledge and appreciation of plants, animals and natural resources.
Andreozzi Nature Preserve is a public access property, open to the public from dawn to dusk, 365 days a year.
Know Before You Go:
Dogs must be kept on leashes. You may bicycle to the trail, but bikes are not allowed on the hiking trails.
Andreozzi Nature Preserve is accessible off the East Bay Bike Path. If driving, you can park in the dirt lot at the juncture of South Lake and North Lake Drive (see map below). It’s less than a 1/4-mile walk from there to the East Bay Bike Path and the entrance to Andreozzi Nature Preserve on the left. You can also go about 1/10 mile farther down the Bike Path to the entrance of Lombardi Park on the right. Andreozzi Nature Preserve also has a trail access off LeeAnn Drive (off Vialls Drive).