Salty Brine State Beach, Narragansett
Categories: Beaches, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Salty Brine State Beach is a state-operated recreation area on Block Island Sound in the town of Narragansett, Rhode Island, USA. Formerly called Galilee State Beach after the village in which it is located, it was renamed to honor radio and television personality "Salty" Brine (Walter Leslie Brian, 1918-2004) in 1990. The area offers ocean swimming and saltwater fishing. A beach pavilion and boardwalk were added to the facility in 2010.External linksSalty Brine State Beach Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management Division of Parks & RecreationTo visit Salty Brine State Beach and other attractions in Narragansett, use our Narragansett travel itinerary planner.
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With the break wall, beach has little to no waves. Great watching boats come and going in the channel next to it. There are picnic tables under cover just off the beach.
Stopped by during the week while Hermine was looping off the east coast. The wind turbine at the state building here was flying. The beach was quiet and protected. There are nice board walks and decks... read more »
Come early or late in the day. If you can't find a spot to park, go down the road to Wheeler State Beach then walk to this beach. This beach and Wheeler State Beach have calmer waters than Scarborough... read more »
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