Rhode Island resorts are mostly on the 400 miles of winding coastline near bodies of water such as Rhode Island Sound, Black Island Sound, Narragansett Bay, Mt. Hope Bay, Sakonnet Bay, Buzzard's Bay, and Greenwich Bay. There are over 100 public and private beaches. You can enjoy a variety of water activities including swimming, surfing, canoeing, kayaking, boating and all types of fishing.
Off the water there is excellent golf, wineries to tour, hiking, parks, museums, theme parks, and more. There are fairs, concerts, special events, and music festivals that are happening year-round throughout the state. Enjoy some of the best seafood restaurants and casual outdoor clambakes. See the world's largest collection of cookbooks, visit Narragansett Bay, check out the harbors filled with fishing boats, or check out Warwick's miracle mile of shopping.Resorts are in Newport, Block Island, Jamestown and Westerly.