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Parks und Natur in Narragansett

Erstklassige Parks

Park
“The Towers, also known as the Twin Towers is a historic structure located at 35 Ocean Road in Narragansett, Rhode Island. It is the only remnant of the Narragansett Pier Casino built in the 1880s. On November 25, 1969, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places. Music and dancing all summer long. ”
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Park
“It’s one of the most beautiful beaches in Rhode Island and it’s only a 50 minute drive from here .”
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Playground
“Fantastic local playground for young and old alike. In addition to the large playground, there’s outdoor basketball courts and open fields. It’s located right down the street from the Bonnet Shores neighborhood, directly off of Rt.1A.”
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Campground
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Park
“Before you leave Narragansett, hike out to Black Point. Kids will have fun searching for crabs and other sea life in tidal pools, and the views from this spot will make you feel as if you've left Rhode Island behind. There is a small parking area at the trailhead on Ocean Road, about three miles south of Narragansett Town Beach. An easy hike of less than a mile leads to this rocky spot on the coast where you can fish or picnic.”
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Park
“174 acre park. Historic cemetery with graves dating to 1700. Nature trails.”
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Park
“The soft sand at Kelly Beach is groomed regularly, keeping it pristine for it's visitors. A short board walk leads to one of the finest private beaches in New England with beautiful views of the Atlantic Ocean and coastline. Lifeguards are on duty during the summer. There is no public parking at Kelly Beach, although drop off is allowed, a bike rack is available and shuttle service is available on weekends beginning July 1st. This keeps the beach less crowded as it is only available to Bonnet Shores Residents and Guests. ”
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College Quad
“"The Quad" is the heart of the main campus at the University of Rhode Island. Surrounded by classroom buildings constructed of the iconic Westerly Granite, this grassy expanse was designed by the renowned Olmsted Brothers Landscape Architectural Firm. Depending on the time of year, URI’s Quadrangle is home for orientations, flying Frisbees, water rocket launches, snowball fights, commencements, and sun bathing. It’s where confused freshmen wander with maps in hand and confident seniors receive their diplomas. It’s where infants often attempt their first steps and where grandparents slowly search for familiar names on some of the 3,500 inscribed bricks that comprise the Centennial Walk.”
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Spielplätze

Playground
“Fantastic local playground for young and old alike. In addition to the large playground, there’s outdoor basketball courts and open fields. It’s located right down the street from the Bonnet Shores neighborhood, directly off of Rt.1A.”
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Strände

Beach
“The beach is beautiful and known for its scenic coastline and surf culture. ”
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Beach
“One of several beautiful beaches located within just minutes of the Cottage.”
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Lake
“Block Island is a great place to go for anybody looking to relax and have some drinks on the beach! They have live music, a restaurant inside and tiki hut bars on the beach! Who doesn't love tiki hut bars!? It is also a great place to go and rent a moped for the day to cruise around the island and sight see!”
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Board Shop
“Warm Winds welcomes people of all ages and surfing abilities to come and join for Private or Group Surfing Lessons or Stand-UP Paddle Boarding Lessons. Whether you’ve previously taken lessons or never tried surfing before, with a positive attitude and the ability to swim by yourself, you’ll be out there shredding with best of them in no time! Already know how to shred? Warm Winds offers surfboard, stand-up paddle board, boogie board and wet-suit rents. ”
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Beach
“our favorite beach, especially for kids. Has a small playground but the water is much calmer than the Town Beach. ”
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Beach
“ It is further than Scarborough beach. Matunuck has decent facilities, not as extensive as Scarborough which is also true for the parking. Sometimes there is red algae or tide on Matunuck so that is why I prefer the East Beach or Scarborough. However if you are down this way, Matunuck Oyster Bar has the best seafood (and biggest lines resulting) in the state. ”
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Beach
“Salty Brine State Beach is a public recreation area occupying slightly more than one acre of ocean shore in the village of Galilee, town of Narragansett, Rhode Island. Established in 1954 as Galilee State Beach, it was renamed in 1990 to honor broadcaster Salty Brine.”
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Wanderwege

Wanderweg
“Asphalt biking trail. You can walk it too! Length: 7.2 miles Trail end points: West Kingston Station at Railroad Ave. and Kingstown Rd. (West Kingston) and Mumford Rd. and Riverside Dr. (Narragansett) ”
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Wanderweg
“The South County Bike Path stretched 7.8 miles between Kingstown Station and Narragansett. We are located 1.1 mile up the road from the half way point. Train or Beach. You choose. find the map online.”
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