Things to Do in Misquamicut, RI

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65% 46 votes
National & State Parks Hammonasset State Park, Madison, CT 06443 MoreLess Info
The Hammonasset State Park provides visitors with the chance to go saltwater swimming or fishing. Those who are interested in bicycling, camping, or picnicking may also enjoy what the park has to offer.
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Hiking Trails Rhodes Pl, Cranston, RI 2905 MoreLess Info
Situated on both sides of the river, Pawtuxet River Trail takes visitors on a scenic trail through the native wilderness. The trail is accessible by a parking lot and ends at two different sports fields.
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Playgrounds Commercial Street, Cranston, RI 02905 MoreLess Info
Kids are free to be kids at the gated Pawtuxet Village Playground. Newly renovated, the playground features slides, swings, spinning seats, a climbing wall, play fire truck, and a boat. Shaded picnic tables help parents relax while their children play.
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Parks Elmwood Avenue, Providence, RI MoreLess Info
Visitors at the Roger Williams Park in Providence, Rhode Island covers more than 450 acres and features multiple ponds. Its most famous features are its rose garden, tennis courts, science museum and music state. The Roger Williams Park also contains a casino.
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Restaurants Main Road, Tiverton, RI 02878 MoreLess Info
A rural village on the National Register of Historic Places, Tiverton Four Corners, dates back to the 1700's. Visitors to the area can experience the historic houses, quaint shops, art galleries, and eateries.
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Hiking Trails Lawton Ave & Highland Road, Tiverton, RI 02878 MoreLess Info
A revolutionary war redoubt, Fort Batron features an observation tower on which visitors can view the surrounding landscape. Attractions also include three miles of nature trails, with trail guides available at the nearby town hall.
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Hiking Trails Lawton Ave & Highland Road, Tiverton, RI 02878 MoreLess Info
Dating as far back as the Revolutionary War, Fort Barton is a historic park site named after Colonel William Barton of Rhode Island. Visitors to Fort Barton hike through the local trails and recall the history of the Revolutionary War.
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Theaters 16 Warcam Way, Portsmouth, RI 2871 MoreLess Info
At the Newport Children's Theatre, guests can watch dramatic performances. The theatre company, which offers auditions for those who wish to get involved, also provides teen repertory and budding actor programs as well as Shakespeare and musical theatre summer camps.
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National & State Parks 1288 Boston Post Rd, Madison, CT 6443 MoreLess Info
Located in Madison, Connecticut, the Hammonasset Beach State Park is a beautiful destination for many outdoor activities. There is a small parking fee, but day visitors do not require a pass to enter the park. However, a pass is required for campsite use.
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100% 4 votes

Mecox Bay

Beaches Bridgehampton, NY MoreLess Info
Situated on Long Island, Mecox Bay is roughly shaped like a skillet along the side of the landmass that faces the Atlantic Ocean. The picturesque bay is popular with many painters and photographers and offers oyster harvesting.
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