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RHODE ISLAND

NARRAGANSETT

  • Scarborough State Beach. Scarborough State Beach is Rhode Island’s most popular and well known beach. Developed in 1937, this 26 acre facility located on Ocean Road in Narragansett has approximately 2,325 feet of beach frontage. It has long been known as the principal destination for a "day at the beach" for thousands of Rhode Islanders over the years.

 

  • Roger Wheeler State Beach. Named for the man who developed the Rhode Island State Life-Saving System, Roger Wheeler State Beach is also known locally as Sand Hill Cove Beach. Protected from Block Island Sound by an extensive breakwater barrier, this is a popular beach for young children and families due to gentle surf as this beach is fully.

 

  • Fishermen's Memorial State Park & Campground. 1011 Point Judith Road, Narragansett, RI 02882. Phone: 401-789-8374. Fishermen's State Park and Campground offers campers a 'seaside village' atmosphere where visitors will find neatly trimmed grass, tree lined paths, and activities for the whole family. http://www.riparks.com/Locations/LocationFishermens.html

 

  • Salty Brine State Beach. Salty Brine State Beach is a sandy and clean beach with gentle surf as this beach is also fully protected from Block Island Sound by an extensive breakwater barrier. Formerly known as Galilee State Beach, Salty Brine State beach was dedicated in 1990 to Rhode Island's most widely recognized radio personality, Salty Brine.

 

  • Maury Loontjens Memorial Library. 35 Kingstown Rd Narragansett, RI 02882. phone:  401-789-9507. Hours: Monday-Thursday 9:30am-8:30pm. Friday 9:30am-5:00pm. Saturday 9:30am-2:00pm. Sunday-Closed. http://www.narlib.org/

 

  • South County Museum. 115 Strathmore Street Narragansett, RI 02882. Phone: (401)783-5400. Founded in 1933, South County Museum was originally housed in a barn in Wickford, R.I., and after two more moves it eventually arrived at its present location within Canonchet Farm, a 174-acre public park owned by the town of Narragansett. http://www.southcountymuseum.org/

 

  • Fort Wetherill State Park. Fort Wetherill State Park, situated upon 100 foot high granite cliffs across the water from Fort Adams State Park, is a former coastal defense battery and training camp. Known for its spectacular view of Newport Harbor and the East Passage of Narragansett Bay, Fort Wetherill has been a popular sight for viewing the numerous Tall Ship Events and America’s Cup Races. Fort Wetherill Road Jamestown, Rhode Island 02835. (401) 423-1771. http://www.riparks.com/Locations/LocationFortWetherill.html

 

  • Adventureland of Narragansett. Pt. Judith Road Rt 108 Narragansett, RI 02882. Phone: 401-789-0030. The idea of Adventureland Family Fun Park was born from Raymond Kells experience with the Water Wizz waterslide located in Westerly, RI . After many successful years in the water slide industry he aspired to bring even more family fun to the Southern Rhode Island area in a manner that was both appealing to the flavor of South County and the people who live there.  http://www.adventurelandri.com/

 

  • The Contemporary Theater Company. 327 Main Street, Wakefield, RI 02879. Phone: 401.218.0282. The Contemporary Theater Company believes that art is essential to our well-being as individuals and to the betterment of our community. Through live performance we provide opportunities for all people to enjoy art, and in so doing bring a comprehensive arts experience to South County. http://www.thecontemporarytheater.com/

 

  • Point Judith Lighthouse. 1460 Ocean Road, Narragansett, RI 02882. Phone: 401-789-0444. Visitors can visit the grounds and enjoy the view, but the lighthouse itself is closed to the public.

 

 

BLOCK ISLAND

 

 

 

  • Block Island National Wildlife Refuge. New Shoreham, Rhode Island 02807. Phone: (401)364-9124. Refuge lands on Block Island are most notable for the large concentration (over 70 species) of migratory songbirds which visit the area each fall. Located in the Atlantic flyway, many young, inexperienced songbirds "overfly" the mainland and stopover on Block Island before continuing their migration. http://www.fws.gov/blockisland/

 

  • Block Island Historical Society. Old Town Rd., Block Island, RI 02807. Phone: (401)466-2481. The Block Island Historical Society Museum was founded in 1942. The museum is located within Woonsocket House, a large house built in 1871. It was purchased in 1945, and numerous artifacts related to Block Island's history from "early maritime and farming displays to colonial memorabilia and scenes from Victorian summer past times. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Block_Island_Historical_Society

 

  • Island Free Library. Dodge Street PO Box 1830 Block Island, RI 02807. Phone: 401 466-3233. Library services include children story hours, interlibrary loan, reference, newspapers, color & b/w photocopying, scanner, computers, internet access, WiFi, notary and meeting rooms. http://www.islandfreelibrary.org

 

  • Block Island Chamber of Commerce. 1 Water, Block Island, RI 02807. Phone: (401) 466-2982. Block island is a cozy community (only around 900 people in the winter) with stunning vistas and a very fragile ecosystem that we have had the good fortune to preserve for all to share. Because of the particular forces of nature that went to work on Block Island, no other place on earth shares its geography, or its balance of species. http://www.blockislandchamber.com/

 

 

  • The Nature Conservancy. 352 High St, Block Island, RI 02807. Phone: (401) 466-2129. The mission of The Nature Conservancy is to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends. http://www.nature.org/

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