Block Island: Your Beach Vacation Destination

Ten miles offshore sits Block Island—a quaint place with beautiful beaches, friendly residents, and wonderful culture. The island is part of the Outer Lands region, a coastal archipelago, and part of Washington County, Rhode Island. Visitors can reach the island by ferry from Point Judith in Galilee on the south coast.   In 1614, Block […]

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City Spotlight: Bristol

Named after Bristol, England, Bristol, Rhode Island is a deepwater seaport in the historic Bristol County. Known for boat building, manufacturing, and its abundance tourism industry, the town is a gorgeous destination for every season—whether you want to see New England’s spectacular fall foliage, a snow-covered sea town, or a summer beach vacation.   In […]

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City Spotlight: Newport

Newport is a seaside city on Aquidneck Island—around 37 miles southeast of Providence. It is known primarily as a New England summer resort town. Famous for historic mansions, world-class regattas, and a bustling social scene, Newport should be on everyone’s New England summer hit list.   The city was founded in 1693 by a group […]

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City Spotlight: Providence

The capital and most populous city in Rhode Island, Providence is rich in culture, history, and adventure. From award-winning restaurants to a gigantic zoo, this city has something to entertain every member of your family.   Providence is one of the oldest cities in the United States. Founded by Roger Williams in 1636, the city […]

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