- Our list of the best things to do in Narragansett, Rhode Island, features the top 327 nearby activities — including 150 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Narragansett, RI has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Sights & Landmarks, Museums & Galleries, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 22 things to do within the city of Narragansett, RI , followed by 305 popular activities in nearby cities, including Newport, Westerly, Fall River, North Kingstown, Warwick, Middletown, Charlestown, Cranston, Jamestown, East Greenwich, Tiverton, Bristol, Wakefield, Coventry, Portsmouth, Warren, Stonington, East Providence, Watch Hill, Wickford, Providence, Misquamicut, Dartmouth, Exeter, Little Compton, Dennis Port and Saunderstown
Kayaking enthusiasts count on Narrow River Kayaks for top-quality rental kayaks, safety gear, souvenirs and other accoutrements. The company also offers guided kayak tours of the Narrangansett Coast. Reeservations are recommended.
Patterned after a castle tower, The Towers is the only surviving portion of the historic Narrangansett Casino. It is included on the National Register of Historic Places and requires frequent repair work, as it is often damaged by hurricanes.
The Block Island Ferry offers a fast, fun, and efficiency way to get to Block Island. It offers traditional ferry trips at 55 minutes or high-speed trips at 30 minutes ideal for business travel, vacation travel, or quick getaways.
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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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Intersection of Great Island Rd. and Galilee Escape Rd., Narragansett, RI MoreLess Info
Beautiful, serene Galilee, Rhode Island is a favorite spot for those who prefer a quiet beach experience. It is especially popular among anglers, rowboaters, kayak enthusiasts and others who simply want to relax and rejuvenate away from the hustle and bustle of other nearby beaches.
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.
Narrangansett Beach North & South are two sections of a single Rhode Island State Beach. Visitors enjoy flat pavement walking routes, a soaring observation point and a huge parking lot. Swimming is permitted when lifeguards are present.
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.