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Come and explore Narragansett!!
Narragansett Town Beach — A classic. Busy and buzzy with awesome (manageable) waves to learn how to surf and paddle. Join the local crowd at Chair 5. Stroll over to the pier. Great snack bar. A ten-minute drive up Ocean Road from our Narragansett hotel. Yelp reviews.
Whether you are searching for the best surf near our Narragansett hotel, a pick-up volleyball game, or a quiet place to loll in the rays, Narragansett offers a stretch of sand and sea for every mood and inclination. See below for our thoughts (and links to Yelp reviews) on some of our favorite beaches:
Captain Roger Wheeler State Beach — Just a mile from the hotel, this beach offers calm waters and an updated playground — making it a great spot for families. Bike there with your crew! 100 Sand Hill Cove Rd. Yelp reviews.
Salty Brine State Beach — Tucked right next to the Point Judith waterway, this is the place to watch boats (and the Block Island Ferry) coming in and out of Rhody’s largest fishing port. Just under two miles from the hotel. Yelp reviews.
Scarborough State Beach — Also just a mile from the hotel, this beach sees a lot of action! Great waves — so surfers abound. A quick bike ride from our Narragansett hotel. Yelp reviews.
Boon Street, Narragansett. Phone: 401-363-9550
Narragansett Bikes — Bike rental for the whole family includes baby joggers, child seats and trailers. Enjoy a jaunt to the beaches and bike paths of Narragansett. 1153 Boston Neck Road, Narragansett. Phone: 401-782-4444
Narragansett Surf & Skate — THE place to rent a surfboard, buy serious surfing (or skateboarding) gear and sign up for surf lessons. Run by the family of Peter Pan, the famous local surfer. 74 Narragansett Ave. Phone: 401-789-7890
Narrow River Kayaks — Paddle down the Pettaquamscutt Watershed, one of Rhode Island’s most unique and beautiful
waterways, in a canoe, kayak or stand-up paddleboard. Rent from two hours to a full day. 94 Middlebridge Road, Narragansett. Phone: 401-789-0334
WIlliam C. O’Neil Bike Path — Bike (or cross country ski in winter!) from Narragansett to South Kingstown and back on this lovely bike path. Ride by historic landmarks, ponds and buildings of architectural distinction, such as the 1802 home that now houses the South
Frances Fleet — From whale watching, to family fishing jaunts, to tuna hunting for the more serious fisherman, France Fleet offers an excursion for everyone. 33 State Street, Narragansett. Phone: 401-783-4988
Gansett Cruises — Cruise in comfort and style in the Newport Harbor and Narragansett Bay aboard this classically restored, 50-foot lobster boat. Enjoy a complimentary local snack while listening to local guides share the rich history of the area. Phone: 401-787-4438
Lighthouse Cruises — The best way to see Narragansett Bay aboard the largest, most luxurious sightseeing catamaran in all of New England. This 90-minute narrated cruise shows you the sights, including 10 lighthouses, Fort Adams, the House on the Rock, and Newport Harbor. 1347 Roger WIlliams Way, N. Kingstown. Phone: 401-295-4040
L’il Toot Charters — Offering Inshore and Offshore sportfishing with Captain John Rainine, a Masters-100 ton USCG licensed captain with 34 years of experience. 35 Ocean View Drive, Narragansett. Phone: 401-783-0883
Yawgoo Valley Ski Area & Water Park — A year-round destination for fun! It’s a water park offering three pools and 750
feet of slides in the summer. In the winter it features relaxed family skiing and snow tubing. 160 Yawgoo Valley Road, Exeter. Phone: 401-294-3802.
Laurel Lane Country Club — This public, 18-hole golf course and banquet facility is a great place for events and parties. Features include a restaurant, driving range, practice putting green, golf lessons, and pro shop. Located 30 minutes from the hotel. 309 Laurel Lane, West Kingston. Phone: 401-783-3844
Rose Hill Golf Club — A 9-hole course with multiple bent grass tees for any skill level. Located just 15-minutes from the hotel, the club’s rolling mounds and scenic pond provide a nice half-day excursion for our guests. 22 Rose Hill Road, Wakefield. Phone: 401-788-1088
Theatre By the Sea — Fun, frolicking musicals and children’s shows, this beloved theatre is a South County Rhode Island
classic offering delightful entertainment for the whole family. 364 Cards Pond Road, Matunuck. Phone: 401-782-8587
The Contemporary Theater Company — Voted the best theater company in Rhode Island by the Providence Phoenix and also recognized as “best of” by Rhode Island Monthly this talented company produces at least four full-length plays a season and also hold special events. 327 Main Street, Wakefield. Phone: 401-218-0282
Crosswynds Traders — Shop for the the latest surfwear, stylish duds, summer fashions and accessories — for the beach and beyond! 117 Boston Neck Road, Narragansett. Phone: 401-782-1110
Purple Cow Company — Jewelry and gift store featuring Alex + Ani, local art and crafts, and unique items for the home.. 205 Main Street, Wakefield. Phone: 401-789-2389
Sons of Liberty Spirit Company — Locally made double-distilled whiskey made from stout beer. Get an inside look at the
whiskey making process and let your taste buds discover something new. Tours and Tasting: $10. 1425 Kingstown Road, South Kingstown. Phone: 401-284-4006
Store Four — A lifestyle boutique off chic and elegant drinkware, tableware, linens, cookware and fine foods, as well as periodic cooking classes and wine tastings. 673 Kingstown Road, Wakefield. Phone: 401-783-7388
Therapy Boutique — Therapy boasts an ever-changing selection of the most beautiful and flattering contemporary clothing, jewelry and accessory lines. 330 Main Street, Wakefield. Phone: 401-783-9400
Gilbert Stuart Birthplace & Museum — Home of one of America’s best known Revolutionary War-era portrait artists. Located on 23 acres, the museum contains an authentically restored and refurbished 1750 home and snuff mill. 815 Gilbert Stuart Road, Saunderstown. Phone: 401-294-3001
Museum of Primitive Art and Culture — Founded in 1892, South County Rhode Island’s oldest museum houses more
than 15,000 archeological and ethnological objects from around the world. 1058 Kingstown Road, Peace Dale.Phone: 401-783-5711
Smith’s Castle at Cocumscussoc — An award-winning historic site where four centuries of Rhode Island history are preserved and interpreted through tours, historic reenactments, and educational programs for adults and children. 55 Richard Smith Drive, Wickford. Phone: 401-294-3521
South County Museum — Explore history in the one-room schoolhouse, carriage barn and print shop. Watch artisans at work in the blacksmith shop. Wander through the Canonchet Estate stable ruins, visit the Rhode Island Red heritage flock and other farm animals. The grounds feature heirloom flower and herb gardens, and walking trails. Strathmore Street, Narragansett. Phone: 401-783-5400
The Towers — Designed by McKim, Mead & White and landscaped by Fredrick Olmstead, the Towers have long been an iconic Narragansett destination. Today, the Towers holds public events (ballet, music, etc.) throughout the year and offers free tours by appointment, which our front desk can help arrange advance — just ask when you are booking your room. 35 Ocean Road, Narragansett. Phone: 401-782-2597