Burrillville, RI

Burrillville, named for Rhode Island senator James Burrill, Jr., is a rural town located in the Northwest corner of Rhode Island. The town, which was originally part of Glocester, includes the Buck Hill Management Area which is in the Northwest corner of Burrillville. One of the trail around the area features a tri-state marker where you can actually straddle Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. There is also a fire tower in the Buck Hill area you can climb to get a sweeping vista of the entire area.

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