Newport Tree Walks

Newport Tree Walks are available to purchase or print for free. Download to smartphone coming soon.

Full-color, folded pocket maps are available for purchase at the Redwood Library and other venues. All Newport Tree Walks are also available for download/printing from our website in 8.5″x11″ PDF format (see the tab above titled “View/Print PDFs”).

Expanded content tree walks for iPhone, iPod Touch, and Android include photographs, fun facts, and more educational information on each tree are in development

NOTE: THE EVERYTRAIL APP HAS BEEN DISCONTINUED BY TRIP ADVISOR. WE ARE CURRENTLY EXPLORING ALTERNATIVES.

STEP 1

1. Download the Everytrail app to your device.

Everytrail app for iPhone / iPod Touch:

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Everytrail app for Android devices:

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STEP 2

2. Launch Everytrail and search for “Newport Tree Walks”

Colonial Tree Walk

Print 8.5 x 11The Colonial Tree Walk begins in the heart of Newport’s historic town common, Washington Square. The 1.2-mile walk continues up to Bellevue Avenue (passing by the historic Redwood Library and Newport Art Museum), through Touro Park and back to Queen Anne Square.

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Victorian Tree Walk

Print 8.5 x 11The Victorian Tree Walk takes you through Newport’s historic Kay Catherine neighborhood. The walk takes its name from the beautiful Second Empire, Queen Anne, Stick and Shingle Style Victorian houses you’ll find scattered throughout your walk.

Gilded Age – Bellevue North

View PDFAs the center of city life during Newport’s reign as the Gilded Age’s ‘Queen of Resorts,’ Bellevue Avenue has been rightly called Rhode Island’s most famous street. These two tree walks feature specimen trees gracing the landscapes of Newport’s incredible Gilded Age mansions.

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Gilded Age – Bellevue South

View PDFAs the center of city life during Newport’s reign as the Gilded Age’s ‘Queen of Resorts,’ Bellevue Avenue has been rightly called Rhode Island’s most famous street. These two tree walks feature specimen trees gracing the landscapes of Newport’s incredible Gilded Age mansions.

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Morton Park

View PDFLevi P. Morton, 22nd Vice President of the United States, gave Morton Park to the city in 1886. The park’s high bluff was a popular location to view the polo grounds to the west. In 1893, famed landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted was hired to redesign the park.

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Morton Park Kids Tree Hunt

View PDFStart at the Morton Park playground and follow the clues to identify specimen trees.

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The Newport Arboretum, New England's first citywide arboretum, is a special project of The Newport Tree Society of Newport, Rhode Island.