Narragansett has four of the best beaches in Rhode Island
NARRAGANSETT TOWN BEACH
Located in the center of town, this is a favorite of both visitors and Town residents. The beach offers ample parking in the north, south, west, and cabana areas, offering approximately 1000 spots. There are concessions, surfing areas, and activity areas. Total beach acreage is around 19.
SALTY BRINE STATE BEACH
The pier and surrounding area have always been heavily utilized by fishermen, commercial and recreational, and also by the public who enjoy watching the boats come and go all day long.
Scarborough Beach is Rhode Island¹s most popular and well known beach. Located 35 miles south of Providence on Ocean Road in Narragansett, it is a 26 acre facility with 2,325 feet of beach frontage.It has long been known as the principal destination for a "day at the beach" for thousands of Rhode Islanders over the years.
ROGER WHEELER STATE BEACH
Near Galilee, this beach is for families with small kids. It sits inside the protective waters of the Point Judith Harbor of Refuge. The waves are small. Great family beach.