- Our list of the best things to do in Misquamicut, Rhode Island, features the top 249 nearby activities — including 108 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Misquamicut, RI has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Sights & Landmarks, and Entertainment & Shows.
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Rhode Island's largest beach with more than a half-mile of sandy shorefront, Misquamicut State Beach, is a favorite for locals and out-of-towners alike. Featuring shower facilities, picnic areas, and shade gazebos get your fun in the sun today.
Since 1921 Atlantic Beach Park has been a charming source of entertainment for kids, teens and adults. The parks most famous attraction, the 1915 Herschell-Spillman carousel, still stands, as well as various other attractions that include bumper cars, a roller coaster and a variety of dining options.
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Misquamicut State Beach is a public clear water beach very popular among local residents and visitors alike. Visitors to the beach commonly enjoy activities like jogging, swimming, having picnics, or fishing in the ocean.
The southern most point in Rhode Island, Napatree Point, is a 1.5 mile stretch of sand that now serves as a public beach and nature preserve. Visitors to the point enjoy strolling its length to see ospreys and the federally endangered piping plover.
On your next trip to Misquamicut State Beach, take a break from the sand and surf and visit Water Wizz for some high speed water park fun. The Wizz features two 35-feet high waterslides and a 50-foot high super speed slide.
Watch Hill Light is a lighthouse which was originally constructed by order of President Thomas Jefferson. The lighthouse is 45 feet tall, and was automated in 1986. A small museum can be found on the lighthouse grounds.