South County

We’ve compiled the best of the best in South County - browse our top choices for the top things to see or do during your stay.

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  • 1. East Matunuck State Beach


    Its vigorous waves, white sands, and picnic areas account for this 144-acre beach's popularity. Crabs, mussels, and starfish populate the rock...Read More

  • 2. Atlantic Beach Park

    Amusement Park/Water Park

    The largest and busiest of the several kid-oriented amusements along Misquamicut Beach, this facility offers old-fashioned fun for the entire...Read More

  • 3. Blue Shutters Beach


    Just west of the Ninigret Conservation Area with wonderful views of Block Island Sound, Blue Shutters is a popular escape for families, who...Read More

  • 4. East Beach


    This tranquil and unspoiled barrier beach spans 3 narrow miles of shoreline that fronts and separates Ninigret Pond from the ocean. It stands...Read More

  • 5. Misquamicut State Beach


    Part of the several-mile-long stretch of brown-sugar sand that makes up Misquamicut, this ½-mile state-run portion is Rhode Island's longest...Read More

  • 6. Narragansett Town Beach


    This crowded and lively beach is perfect for bodysurfing, sunbathing, people-watching, sandcastle making, crab hunting, and strolling its half...Read More

  • 7. Roger W. Wheeler State Beach


    This beach—which some locals still call Sand Hill Cove, even though the name changed decades ago—has fine white sand, calm water, and a slight...Read More

  • 8. Salty Brine State Beach


    Formerly known as Galilee State Beach, Salty Brine was renamed for a Rhode Island radio legend in 1990. It's a small but popular destination...Read More

  • 9. Scarborough State Beach


    With generally moderate surf, this 42-acre beach has stunning views of where the Narragansett Bay empties into the ocean—although the scent...Read More

  • 10. South Kingstown Town Beach


    The ⅓-mile-long town beach—with a playground, a boardwalk, a volleyball court, and picnic tables—cannot be seen from the road and doesn't fill...Read More

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