Recreation in Rhode Island

Recreation in Rhode Island

When you come visit Rhode Island, you'll find a wealth of outdoor adventure in a beautiful and varied natural landscape. Rhode Island offers many parks and recreational opportunities. Hundreds of rivers, streams, ponds, and lakes offer canoing, motor boating, rowing, sailing, and swimming. In the winter you can go figure skating at one of several outdoor skating rinks.

Recreation

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The following Recreation are listed in order by establishment name. Click on the establishment name for additional details and contact information.

12 Meter Charters
Newport County
Set Sail aboard the America's Cup 12 Meter Yachts of Newport! We offer customized sailing charters for 2 to over 100 guests. Our yachts provide the perfect platform for corporate outings, private parties, wedding events, team-building, photo shoots, and much more! Experience Narragansett Bay aboard a piece of America's Cup history! No sailing experience necessary to enjoy the thrill of sailing aboard our America's Cup 12 Meter yachts!

A&J Jet Ski Rentals
South County
Rental of brand new two-person Polaris jet skis. Can be taken up the Narragansett Bay or to Newport.

Abrams Animal Farm
Block Island
A rambling farm featuring an outdoor zoo complete with exotic animals from around the globe. Featuring corralled llamas, Sicilian donkeys, fainting goats, a zebu, Indian runner ducks, emus, our immense Scottish Highland steer called Mr. McDuff, and our newest edition Nyla the camel.

Addieville East Farm
Blackstone Valley & Northern Rhode Island
Shooting and game preserve offers English Sporting Clays and upland game hunts. 900 acre farm. Fly0fishing, dog training, Lessons available in shotgun shooting and fly-fishing. Hunting and fishing trips to England and Canada. Gourmet game dinners. Corporate and family outings.

Adventure Sports
Newport County
Boat rentals and charters to see Narragansett Bay on your own or with a captain.

Anderson's Ski and Dive Center
South County
Skiing, snowboarding and diving equipment sales and rentals. Clothing, kayaks and dive lessons.

Arcadia Management Area
South County
14,000 acre management/recreation area in the Southwestern part of Rhode Island. Sports include fishing, hunting, hiking, mountain biking, swimming, horseback riding and motorcycling.

Arcadia Pond State Beach
Warwick & West Bay

Atlantic Beach
Newport County

Atlantic Beach Park
South County
Family beach, amusements, kiddy rides, full service seafood restaurants, snack bars, carousel, batting cages, bumper boats, go-karts, miniature golf, game room, ocean view cocktail lounge.

Audubon Society of RI Environmental Education Center
East Bay
The Audubon Environmental Education Center is a unique natural history museum and aquarium that puts fun and excitement into experiencing nature. Interactive environmental exhibits allow you to look inside a 33-foot life-size model of a Right Whale, observe marine life in a tide-pool tank, explore a cornfield at night, and view other fascinating nature exhibits. Walking trails lead from the Center across the 28-acre McIntosh Wildlife Refuge along a 1/4 mile boardwalk, which crosses the East Bay Bike path to Narragansett Bay.

B&M Distributing, Inc.
East Bay

Bank of America Skating Center Providence
Greater Providence
A full-scale outdoor ice rink located in the center of renaissance Providence. Twice the size of Rockefeller Center in New York City, the 14,000 square-foot rink is a year round facility. The rink hosts numerous family events and is also available for rental. Birthday and tent parties are also available during the skating season. Ice skate rentals are available.

Barrington Town Beach
East Bay
Four acres of beachfront overlooking Narragansett Bay. Lifeguards on duty from June to September. Parking available to residents only with season parking passes sold at gatehouse.

Beavertail State Park
Newport County
Beavertail State Park, located in Jamestown, Rhode Island, is known for offering some of the most beautiful vistas along the New England coastline. The Park attracts people from all over the country, to enjoy it's pristine environment. Beavertailís most popular activity is sightseeing, and can be done from the comfort of a vehicle, in one of the four overlooks or on foot, from the rocky coastline. Beavertail also provides some of the best saltwater fishing in the area, along with offering hiking trails, and a naturalist program that attracts hundreds of people each year.

Bellevue Avenue
Newport County
Historic Bellevue Avenue with its tree-lined brick walkways and Colonial gas lights, is home to the famed Gilded Age mansions, the International Tennis Hall of Fame and some of Newport's finest shopping.

Big River Management Area
Warwick & West Bay
Big River covers a total area of 8319 acres. The area is composed of mainly forest land (evergreens 4374 acres, deciduous 1781 acres), wetlands (1288 acres), agricultural lands (233 acres), and other areas (gravel, residential, etc. 407 acres). Major rivers or streams in the area are Big River, Nooseneck River, Congdon River and Carr River.

Billington Cove Marina
South County
Service for MerCruiser, OMC, Evinrude, Johnson and Mercury all with factory trained techs. Boat rentals.

Black Farm Management Area
South County
Black Farm Management Area has a total land area of approximately 245 acres. The area is largely comprised of a mixed forest of hardwoods and evergreens consisting of oaks, maples, white pine and pitch pine. Dog training area.

Black Forest Farms
Blackstone Valley & Northern Rhode Island
Horseback riding.

Black Hut Management Area
Blackstone Valley & Northern Rhode Island
Black Hut covers a total land area of 1548 acres. The area is composed of primarily forest land (deciduous 1158 acres, evergreen 163 acres), wetlands (171 acres), and agricultural land (18.5 acres).

Blackstone River State Park
Blackstone Valley & Northern Rhode Island
A riverfront park with bike paths, walking trails, canoe portage, freshwater fishing. Historical walking tours along the canal tow path built in 1828.

Blackstone River Valley Bike Path
Blackstone Valley & Northern Rhode Island
Completed 6-mile section of proposed 17-mile path through the John H. Chafee Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor between Providence and Worcester, MA. Paralleling the river, and industrial revolution canal tow path, the trail affords spectacular views of New England foliage in the autumn. 724-2200. Accessible off Front St., to Manville Rd. in Lincoln. Additional segments leading south to Pawtucket and north to Woonsocket are in design stages.

Block Island Greenways
Block Island
There are about 25 miles of walking trails on Block Island that are open to the public free of charge for everyone to enjoy. A visitor center with merchandise and TNC t-shirts and hats also available. Also info on plant and animal life on Block Island.

Block Island National Wildlife Refuge
Block Island
Adjacent to a former U.S. Coast Guard light station, Block Island Refuge consists of 46 acres of sandy beaches and rolling dunes. Although no developed trail system exists, the site is accessible by foot over sandy terrain. Much of the property adjacent to the refuge, including 105-acre Sachem Pond, is managed by the Town of New Shoreham as a conservation area.

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