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Whether you like sun and sand or your interest is more toward history, you'll find it all while RV camping in Rhode Island. The little state is packed with 400 miles of coastline and 20 percent of the country's historic landmarks. Beaches range from the shielded beaches of Narragansett Bay to the thundering surf of ocean shorelines. Build a sand castle, cast a fishing rod, or go beachcombing for shells while camping in Rhode Island.
Speaking of water, visit Newport, which is the sailing capital of the world, home to the famed Gilded Age mansions. One hundred years of America's Cup yacht racing means that the harbor
Speaking of water, visit Newport, which is the sailing capital of the world, home to the famed Gilded Age mansions. One hundred years of America's Cup yacht racing means that the harbor is packed with so many boats of all shapes and sizes. RV parks in Rhode Island will get you close so you can take sailing lessons, yachting charters, and fishing trips.
Check out the numerous historic sites while RV camping in Rhode Island. The easiest way may be to travel one of the many Heritage Trails. The East Bay Heritage Trail is a 14-mile bike bath that runs through four communities with a view of Narragansett Bay. Go camping in Rhode Island over July 4 and watch America's oldest Fourth of July parade in Bristol. The Rhode Island Farm Heritage Trail is a journey through the state's historic farms that preserve America's agricultural past. Visit Coggeshall Farm Museum while staying at one of the nearby RV parks in Rhode Island. Coggeshall is a working farm with early breeds of livestock and an heirloom garden.
RV camping in Rhode Island gets you close to many of the natural park lands with hundreds of acres, featuring hiking trails, excellent bird watching, and natural photography spots. Many parks offer blinds for observing and photographing nature.
Bring your taste buds when you travel to RV parks in Rhode Island because the small state offers a huge variety of top-quality restaurants. Of course, fresh seafood is the staple crop. The state's diverse multicultural base also has an influence, so you won't be surprised to find Italian, French, Portuguese, and Near Eastern and Asian foods mixed in many ways.
After indulging, don your hiking boots and take to one of the many trails to walk off those calories. The Newport's Cliff Walk is a 3.5 mile walk overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Block Islands Greenways consists of 25 continuous miles of walking and hiking trails to the majestic Monhegan Bluffs. In addition to hiking, you can bike, swim, and horseback ride at the Arcadia Management Area Trails when RV camping in Rhode Island.
Bring the whole family when camping in Rhode Island. While adults enjoy all the fine dining and great shopping in Providence, children will find plenty to fill their activity calendar. Visit Roger Williams Park & Zoo filled with waterways, walks, outdoor gardens, and a Carousel Village. The Providence Children's Museum is designed for children ages 1-11 and features hands-on exhibits including a time traveling adventure. Schedule a charter company and take the family on a whale watching excursion in search of humpback, finback, right and minke whales, as well as sharks, sea turtles, giant ocean sunfish and pelagic birds.