State Parks in Rhode Island

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Barn Island Wildlife Management Area, RI

342 RV rentals

Stonington is a small town tucked away to the extreme southeast corner of Connecticut. The town sits a short distance away from Charlestown, RI, and Narragansett, RI, and just across the Stateline from Westerly in Rhode Island. Stonington is home to the Barn Island Wildlife Management Area, which is Connecticut’s single largest coastal property set aside for wildlife management. The park also sits a few miles from other parks such as the Ninigret National Wildlife Refuge and the Burlingame State Park, which is popular for its hiking trails. For your next vacation, search for an RV in New London County and have the time of your life traversing New England in a travel trailer.

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Charlestown Breachway, RI

336 RV rentals

Tucked away on the Block Island Sound in Charlestown, RI, Charlestown Breachway is a public recreation area along the Atlantic Ocean’s shoreline in Rhode Island. This pristine park is a favorite spot for motorhome camping enthusiasts touring the southeastern region of the Ocean State. To experience the charm and the serenity the recreational area offers, book an RV in Washington County and make memories RV camping at state parks.

Sitting on 79 acres of land around the channel that connects Ninigret Pond to the Atlantic Ocean, this year-round recreational area is famous for camping, swimming, and salt-water fishing. The neighboring Burlingame State Park is the place to be for hiking and boating, while the Ninigret National Wildlife Refuge is …

Diamond Hill State Park, RI

389 RV rentals

Situated a short distance from downtown Providence, RI, on the slopes of the Diamond Hill in Cumberland, RI, lies the Diamond Hill State Park. This charming paradise is popular with motorhome camping enthusiasts touring the northeastern corner of Rhode Island State. Wait no longer, search for an RV in Cumberland and make memories hopping from one campground to another.

Diamond Hill State Park encompasses approximately 373 acres of land atop a hill. This park is a wonderland offering outdoor lovers with a variety of activities to engage in, such as athletic sports, hiking, and biking. The summit offers epic views of the Boston skyline and Mount Wachusett in Massachusetts. The neighboring Franklin State Forest in Massachusetts is a …

East Beach State Beach, RI

337 RV rentals

Rhode Island is popular for its immaculate sandy beaches and charming oceanfront towns. It’s no surprise that Rhode Island is nicknamed the Ocean State. One iconic town you should visit on your motorhome camping trip to Rhode Island is Charlestown. At Charlestown, it is all about a nice time at the beach. The entire town is made up of beaches. East Beach State Beach takes up approximately three miles of a pristine stretch of sand sandwiched between Ninigret Pond and the majestic Atlantic Ocean. The beach is bordered by the Charlestown Town Beach and the Blue Shutters Town Beach. Want to spice up your vacation with some shopping and dining? There are numerous towns in the area, such as …

Goddard Memorial State Park, RI

365 RV rentals

Warwick is a city located in the east-central region of Rhode Island. The city is the second-largest in the state, and it is located just to the south of Providence. Warwick sits about 63 miles to the southwest of Boston and 82 miles to the east of Hartford. The city is home to Goddard Memorial State Park, which encompasses approximately 490 acres of recreational land along the shores of Greenwich Cove and Greenwich Bay. Thinking of going RV camping at state parks in Rhode Island? Renting an RV in Warwick is a great idea as you’ll be within reach to all corners of the state.

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Lincoln Woods State Park, RI

385 RV rentals

For those on the hunt for their next outdoor adventure in Rhode Island, look no further than Lincoln Woods State Park. This fantastic park covers 627 acres of the natural landscape, with the centerpiece being the 128-acre Olney Pond. There are recreational opportunities for all in Lincoln Woods State Park, from paddling, fishing, and swimming in the lake to donning some hiking boots and hitting the trails. The park is also popular for horse and bike riders, and it well known for its collection of unique rock formations, which are great for climbing.

Lincoln Woods State Park sits in the Blackstone River Valley, and is an easy drive from the nearby city of Providence, making it a big draw …

Roger Williams National Memorial, RI

378 RV rentals

Perched at the head of Narragansett Bay along Providence River, Providence is the capital and largest city of the smallest state in the country, Rhode Island. Did you know that the full name of Rhode Island is the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations? Rhode Island is home to only two national parks, and one of them just happens to be in Providence. The Roger Williams National Memorial is a landscaped urban park sitting just a short distance away from downtown Providence. The park celebrates the life of Roger Williams, a staunch advocate for religious freedom and the founder of Rhode Island. To get the most out of your visit to Rhode Island, you’ll want to book an RV …

Sachuest Point National Wildlife Refuge, RI

333 RV rentals

Middletown is a town in Rhode Island that is known for its historic sites, sandy beaches, and vast unspoiled nature preserves. Just as the name implies, the town is perched in-between Newport and Portsmouth in Aquidneck Island. One of Middletown’s best-kept secrets is the Sachuest Point National Wildlife Refuge. The off the beaten path wonderland should be on your to-visit list when camping in an RV in Middletown. If the sights, sounds, and smells of the sea intrigue you, search for an RV in Newport County and make your dreams a reality.

Sachuest Point National Wildlife Refuge encompasses about 242-acres of a wide variety of habitats between the Rhode Island Sound and the Sakonnet River. The refuge is one of …