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A popular summer resort destination during the Victorian era, Narragansett still has as its main landmark The Towers, the last remaining section of the famous 1886 Narragansett Pier Casino designed by McKim, Mead, and White. The town is home to a large commercial fishing fleet and four beaches. Take a scenic drive down Route 1A to see the ocean and grand old shingle-style homes. You’ll eventually
wind up at Point Judith Lighthouse, which has been in operation since the 19th century.
Named after King Charles II, Charlestown had previously been a part of Westerly until it was incorporated in 1738. The 37-square-mile town of...
The Native American name for this 7-mile-long strip of sandy beachfront stretching from Watch Hill to Weekapaug means "Red Fish," referencing...