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The Best State Parks in Rhode Island

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State parks in Rhode Island

Colt State Park , Bristol
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Escape into nature at Colt State Park, where the 187 hectares (464 acres) of land open to stone walls, lawns, and curving drives of the shore
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Brenton Point State Park is a public recreation area occupying 89 acres (36 ha) at the southwestern tip of Aquidneck Island in the town of Ne
Tours from $10
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Lincoln Woods State Park is a public recreation area covering 627 acres (254 ha) around Olney Pond four miles (6.4 km) northwest of Pawtucket
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Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes
Come aboard tour boat Coastal Queen at Bowen's Wharf, Newport, and see magnificent Newport Harbor and the Jamestown shoreline up close. The narrated 75-minute Scenic Bay Cruise tour is a great way to experience Newport from an entirely different waterfront perspective. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the breathtaking views while sipping on your favorite summer beverages from the onboard bar.The guides will point out and share their knowledge of the many beautiful sites that make up historic Newport Harbor and you will see harbor estates, lighthouses, forts, yachts, and so much more along the way. This 57-foot, fully restored tour boat offers maximum comfort and panoramic views from every seat. Coastal Queen has both a cozy and weatherproof main salon and an open-air covered top deck for catching fresh ocean breezes.‍
Book on Viator from $30
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Fort Wetherill State Park is a public recreation area occupying 61.5 acres (24.9 ha) at the southeastern tip of Conanicut Island in the town
Tours from $30
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