Rhode Island 

It is home to a number of sizable cities, including Newport, known for its sailing and Gilded Age mansions like The Breakers. 

Block Island

Approximately 9 miles south of Rhode Island’s mainland and 14  miles east of Montauk Point on Long Island, Block Island is a  member of the Outer Lands coastal archipelago. 


Incorporated as a municipality in 1669, Westerly is a town on the southwest coast of Washington County, Rhode Island.  


The largest and capital city of the U.S. It serves as Providence County’s county seat and is  situated close to the Massachusetts state line. 

Goosewing Beach

One of Rhode Island’s most picturesque locations and a popular tourist destination is Goosewing Beach Preserve.  

Narragansett Town Beach

provides plenty of parking in the North, South, West, and Cabana parking  areas, as well as food, restrooms, a first-aid office, a surfing area,  and a lovely sandy beachfront. 

East Mutunuck Beach

On the shore of Block Island Sound in the town of South Kingstown, Rhode  Island, East Matunuck State Beach is a 144-acre public  recreation area.  

Napatree Point Beach

Napatree Point juts out from the Watch Hill neighborhood and is a  fantastic location for either a breathtakingly beautiful beach stroll or  excellent bird watching.