Getting Here

Dyer Woods Nudist Campgrounds is located in Foster RI, just over the Connecticut border, and near US Route 6.

114 Johnson Road, Foster, RI 02825

 

Please note some GPS directions may not correctly indicate the location of the entrance on Johnson Rd.  Please refer to the directions below to be sure to find the entrance.  The above Google Map shows the correct location.

Heading east along US 6 from Connecticut:

  • Turn right on Cucumber Hill Rd, immediately after crossing the Rhode Island Border
  • After 1.5 miles, turn left on South Killingly Rd
  • After 2 miles, turn right on Johnson Rd
  • The entrance is located about 0.5 miles down the road on the left.  On the right will be a sign saying “D.W.N.C”, and by the entrance is a sign saying “Enter right except towing”

Heading west along US 6 from Rhode Island:

  • Turn left on Route 94
  • After 2 miles, at Foster Center, bear right onto Howard Hill Rd, then immediately turn right onto South Killingly Rd.
  • After 2 miles, turn left onto to Johnson Rd
  • The entrance is located about 0.5 miles down the road on the left.  On the right will be a sign saying “D.W.N.C”, and by the entrance is a sign saying “Enter right except towing”

 


Our entrance heading south on Johnson Rd, showing the “DWNC” sign to the right, and the “Enter right except towing” sign in the left.

Approximate travel times by car (without traffic) from:

  • Providence – 35 minutes
  • New London, Worcester, Storrs, Mohegan Sun  – 45 minutes
  • Hartford, Newport, New Bedford – 1 hour
  • Boston, New Haven, Springfield – 1.5 hours
  • Albany – 2.5 hours
  • New York City – 3 hours

Public transportation

There is no public transportation near Dyer Woods. Frequent affordable bus service is available to Providence RI and Mohegan Sun Casino in CT.  Train service is available to Providence (Amtrak, MBTA) and New London (Amtrak, Shore-line East), and Providence has a major airport.  Car pools or taxi can be arranged from those locations.  Lyft and Uber report estimated fares of $30 from Providence train station.