- 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.
Rose Nulman Park is dedicated to Rose Nulman who passed away in 1993 and left the park open permanently for public recreational use. This park features a few benches, views of the ocean, and the Point Judith lighthouse.
The majestic Point Judith Lighthouse is 51 feet tall and sits on the mouth of Narragansett Bay. The lighthouse is closed to visitors, but the grounds are usually open in clement weather. The Point Judith Lighthouse is managed by the United States Coast Guard.
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100 Sand Hill Cove Road, Narragansett, RI 2882 MoreLess Info
Named for pioneering lifeguard Roger W. Wheeler, the Roger W. Wheeler State Beach is located in Narrangansett, Rhode Island. It features a playground, seasonal lifeguarding and over 60 picnic tables. This is a pet-free beach.
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7 Esmond Street, Smithfield, RI 2917 MoreLess Info
Owned and operated by the residents of Smithfield, the East Smithfield Neighborhood Center is an alcohol-free building that has a few different rooms, some with kitchens, available for rental. Square dancing classes are offered on Monday evenings.
Narrangansett's Salty Brine State Beach is maintained by the Rhode Island Divison of Parks & Recreation. It features a huge public pavillion that covers almost 3,000 feet; it is used for many concerts and press conferences.
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Powder Mill Ledges Wildlife Refuge is run and maintained by the Audubon Society of Rhode Island. Three trails provide up to 1 1/2 hours of naturally beautiful hikes and a bird feeding station is also available to visit.
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Audubon Society of Rhode Island has a gift shop, educational resource center and bird feeding station and is headquartered on a 120-acre wildlife refuge. Visitors can hike the trails and enjoy watching birds and other animals.