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Rhode Island's Oakland Beach is located in Warwick. This saltwater beach sits on Greenwich Bay and connects to Narrangansett Bay. Beach features several convenient small-craft launching docks. It is most popular in warm weather, but is open throughout the year.
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460 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA 02657 MoreLess Info
Considered to be the most attended art museum on Cape Cod, the Provincetown Art Association & Museum. The permanent collections include just over 2,500 items, and the institute conducts roughly 40 exhibitions every year.
Named after a famous pirate ship, Whydah Museum offers an inside look at the only pirate treasure ever discovered. Visitors can learn about the history of pirates at the exhibit and visit a gift shop with pirate related paraphernalia.
Covering over 700-acres of land, the Shawme-Crowell State Forest is a state forest that is best known for being camping destination. The forest has a number of hiking and equestrian trails that can be used for running or walking.
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328 Parker Street, New Bedford, MA 02740 MoreLess Info
Catering to climbers of all skill levels, Carabiner's Indoor Climbing offers belay courses where visitors can climb several story high walls. In addition to climbing courses, it offers fitness and martial arts classes, as well as various youth programs.
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101 Ferry Road, Bristol, RI 02809 MoreLess Info
Blithewold Mansion, Gardens & Arboretum, is a historic New England garden estate overlooking Narragansett Bay. The 45-room English-style mansion is filled with many of the original antique furniture pieces, family documents, and artifacts.
Known as downtown Warwick or central Warwick is the Apponaug Village. The village consists of a police and fire headquarters, public library, a museum, a post office and other various municipal buildings, making it a bustling area in the city of Warwick.
The Warwick Museum of Art features an art gallery with six-to-eight week rotating exhibits and a stage for theatrical performances. The location also hosts children's camps and art classes for those who wish to improve their skills.