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“A must do! Beautiful 10 mile car/bike ride hugging the coast. Grab a lunch and stop at Brenton Park, or stop at Castle Hill restaurant!”
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“One of the top ten places for kite-flying in the northeast. Entertaining kites, even if you don't want to fly one yourself.”
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Lighthouse
“Absolutely breathtaking. Built in 1856 it is the premier lighthouse in Rhode Island. The light provides navigation for boats and ships entering Narragansett Bay in the East Passage between Conanicut Island and Newport. ”
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“During its years of active service, Fort Adams housed generations of soldiers. Now the Fort is open to tours, and offers spectacular views of the bay and a wealth of history for enthusiasts. Bay Walks begin at the Fort and take visitors along the picturesque East Passage of Narragansett Bay with unobstructed views of the sun setting over Conanicut Island or to the east side of the bay, overlooking Newport Harbor and the downtown waterfront as well as picturesque Brenton Cove – one of the area’s most popular anchorages.”
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“A beautiful state park right on the water, with huge rocks for climbing and coves for exploring and swimming (be mindful of the tides!). There are trails filled with bunnies, a lighthouse and a tiny aquarium that never seems to be open.”
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“One of Newport's Iconic landmarks. Home of great summer music festivals including world famous Jazz Festival. Easy to get to especially by Ferry”
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Beach
“Another great beach for little kids; across the way in Newport, beautiful rocks, smaller beach but fun to explore. Fills up quickly!”
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“Take a relaxing 20 minute drive to one of the locals favorite parks where the Bay meets the Ocean. Spectacular views and if you're lucky you might see a seal. Bring your fishing rod too. ”
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Luka/marina
“Just walk around there is something for everyone's pallet. Downtown Newport 10 minutes away”
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staza
“Terrific walking trail. Park at the local Rogers High School and roam through the groomed trails of Ballard Park and the rock quarry.”
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Surf Spot
“The public part of Bailey's Beach is right where the Cliff Walk ends. I like this beach because it is often secluded and the water is cleaner that the main beaches. Most of the beach is privately held and roped off, but the public part is perfect for a quiet time at the beach.”
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“This local town park is a place you must visit. It was a military fort in the 1900’s and now operates as a park with newly added pavilion for a range of events. Go sailing, sea glass searching, fishing or just sit and take in the view. ”
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“Fort Wetherill State Park, situated upon 100 foot high granite cliffs across the water from Fort Adams State Park, is a former coastal defense battery and training camp. Known for its spectacular view of Newport Harbor and the East Passage of Narragansett Bay, Fort Wetherill has been a popular sight for viewing the numerous Tall Ship Events and America’s Cup Races. The area is also a major attraction for scuba diving. The park offers family and group picnicking, boating, fishing, hiking and exploring on the park’s 61.5 acres of property.”
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“Beautiful views of Newport 9and the sunset) and the harbor. Free swimming.”
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“Included on the National Register of Historic Places, the Rhode Island General Assembly ordered the building of the Conanicut Battery in 1776. The original fort was a simple earthwork, designed to house and protect six to eight heavy cannon and their men. The British captured the fort in December 1776 and occupied it until October 1779. In the early 1900’s six underground observation posts were constructed on the top of Prospect Hill, just east of the 1776 battery. From there, military observers had an unobstructed view of the approaches to Narragansett Bay and of the mine fields laid in the East and West Passages during World War I and World War II. ”
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