Jeff & Debbie Mosely — New Jerimoth Rhode Island Owners — To Permit Visits Every Weekend!


Highpointers.org reports Jeff & Debbie Mosley, the new owners of Jerimoth Hill, have dramatically changed the access rules — they are permitting highpointers to visit any weekend 52 weeks a year!

This dramatically changes decades of rules where access was limited to just a handful number of days of year on Sundays during federal holidays. We of course are thrilled with this new development. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.

Below is the message that Jeff and Debbie Mosley posted to this article had been just noting the visitation dates each year.
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To all of you, Highpointers or just visitors to this area! My wife(Debbie) and I wish to welcome anyone who wishes to visit Jerimoth Hill, Foster,
Rhode Island. We are not going to stop anyone from visiting as long as
our privacy is respected. The site is open Saturday and Sunday, from

8:00 am to 3:00 pm.

We would ask the following conditions be followed:

(1) Please clean up after yourselves and your animals and take all trash with you!
(2) All animals must be leashed!
(3) No picnicing or alcohol is permitted!

I have cleared the path at the edge of my property and my next door neighbors. The path will be cleaned up more as time permits and made
more accessible for all who wish to travel it!

Debbie and I wish all of you a pleasant and memorable walk to Rhode Islands high point! We enjoyed your visit on the 3rd of July and hope
there will be many more to come!

If anyone wants to know, John and Joann, our next door neighbors, are the ones who deserve all the credit for changing Debbie and my minds
about the visitation by all of you! We were lead to believe many things that we both now see, are just not true!
Sincerely Jeff & Debbie Mosley
212A Hartford Pike
Foster, R.I. 02825

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8 Responses to Jeff & Debbie Mosely — New Jerimoth Rhode Island Owners — To Permit Visits Every Weekend!

  1. David Interlicchia says:

    Jeff & Debbie – If you are reading this, Thank You, To all the Wonderful People in the world, Thank You. To Everyone, Have A Wonderful Day.

  2. Tracy Habluetzel says:

    Does anyone know if the Mosley will have Rhode Island highpoint open all week for the convention. I will be going through there on thursday and would love to stop and see it.
    Someone please respond on where I can find out.
    thank you
    Mr. Tracy Habluetel
    danedesign@sbcglobal.net

  3. Hilton Pittman says:

    Thank you, landowners. I doubt if I will ever get to that part of the country, but your generous gesture is appreciated. May it not be abused.

  4. Chris Mader says:

    I visited on September 11. It is a easy couple minute walk to the high point. The Highpointers Club did a great job posting a sign at the trail entrance with a map. There is also a mailbox with a log book at the high point. For my full log and log of other highpoints in New England see my webpage http://www.pe1.org/madchris and click on the Climbing Log link. Thank you Mosley’s for letting me hike on your property.
    Chris Mader

  5. Michael Arrowood says:

    This is great news! Many thanks to the Moseleys — it’s wonderful to know that there are people out there who are happy to see highpointers visiting their unique spot in the world. I hope that all highpointers will treat them and their property with the respect they deserve… and that they meet lots of great folks this way.

    Hooray for Rhode Island — at last!

  6. Val Naylor says:

    We visited on Sunday of Thanksgiving weekend. We are from South Dakota and made a special trip from New Jersey just to go to Jerimoth Hill. It was a joy. On a previous trip, we were disappointed at having to settle for the beat up sign on the highway.

    Thanks to Jeff and Debbie and to everyone who made this access possible. I hope every visitor is respectful so that access can continue.

    Thanks Again.

  7. Chuck Arneson says:

    Hi Guys

    Thanks for allowing hikers to get a glimpse of RI highpoint. My wife and I live in Rhode Island and have visited on previous open houses to the site. Are you goint to have a log book at the start of the trail back to the highpoint? It would probably be very interesting to you to see how many people come by and where they are from.

    Thanks again and I hope that the visitors to your land continue to respect your property and privacy — I know I will asw will anyone I bring.

    Chuck

  8. justin says:

    Thanks to Jeff and Debbie from all the hikers. Its the brilliant opportunity to get the glimpse of RI highpoint. I respect your privacy and property like many others and will follow the rules set by u.
    Thanks again!

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