- TripBuzz discovered 113 different types of activities for couples in the Tiverton area, including Nature & Wildlife Areas (like Emilie Ruecker Wildlife Refuge), Hiking Trails (like Pardon Gray Preserve), Art Gallery (like Four Corners Arts Center) and Beaches (like Fogland Beach), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 331 date ideas in or near Tiverton, Rhode Island, including 316 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Newport, Providence, New Bedford and Middletown.
A family owned and operated business, Buckley Family Archery, LLC is an archery shop and range that offers 14 shooting lanes with Bulldog Targets. The business also hosts tournaments, offers archery lessons, and repairs equipment.
Located in Bristol, Rhode Island along the Narragansett Bay, the Herreshoff Marine Museum and America's Cup Hall of Fame outlines the history of the America's Cup competition through its maritime displays. A sailing school is also featured at the site.
Yachting aficionados must plan a visit to Herreshoff Marine Museum and marvel at the collection of fine sailing vessels and America's Cup history and memorabilia. Open since 1971, the museum now displays over 60 boats.
As one of Bristol's most popular event spaces, the Linden Place Mansion tells the history of the area through grand architecture and beautiful surrounding landscape. The mansion is available for guided walking tours and features a museum store where guests can buy replicated items from inside the home.
Pedego Electric Bikes Rhode Island offers 500 watt electric bicycles for sale or rent to take on self-guided tours, and have many bikes in their inventory including tandems. Rentals are by the hour or day.
Featuring 464-acres of parklands on the shores of Narragansett Bay, Colt State Park, is considered the jewel of Rhode Island's park system. Visitors enjoy miles of bike paths along the bay, over 400 picnic areas, and an open-air chapel.
Get some fresh air at Independence Park in the seaside town of Bristol. Bring a blanket and food for a picnic lunch, fly a kite, or toss a ball with a four-legged friend. There's even a waterfront path to sit and watch the boats.