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Rhode Island Attractions

What To See and Do

In addition to the miles of sandy beaches that Rhode Island offers its’ visitors, there’s plenty to see and do on the rare occasion that you need a break from the sand and surf. Historic villages and homes abound along with museums and art galleries. Boutique shopping and fine dining is always close by. Windsurfing, boating, clamming and fishing are all available for your fun and enjoyment. Use our Concierge to view more information to Rhode Island entertainment and restaurants.

The children young and old always enjoy the Flying Horse Carousel in Watch Hill, purported to be the oldest operating carousel in the country.

And for the more athletically minded, there’s the William C. O’Neill South County Bike Path. This 7 mile paved course begins in Kingston at the historic Kingston Train Station and winds its’ way along scenic areas ending in Narragansett.

Ninigret Park in Charlestown offers swimming, hiking, tennis, ball fields, bike tracks, and the Frosty Drew Nature Center and much more.

And if you’re a nature lover there is the Kimball Audubon Refuge, the Trustom Wildlife Refuge and the Ninigret Wildlife Refuge.

There are many public golf courses available.

Charlestown Chamber of Commerce

South Kingstown Chamber of Commerce

The Greater Westerly-Pawcatuck Area Chamber of Commerce

Narragansett Chamber of Commerce | Narragansett, RI