Narragansett Town Beach, Rhode Island

Narragansett is a nice Rhode Island town with an awesome beach. This gem was recommended to us by a friend and she did not steer us wrong. The sand dunes are beautiful. I ditched the camera for fear of sand getting in it but the waves are mild and ideal for those who want to swim at the beach without getting swept away. 

If you arrive after 5 or so, parking is free. There is a small fee for parking so I'd recommend showing up early and soaking in the rays. 


Narragansett Town Beach is accessible by car.
Coordinates: 41.4355° N, 71.4558° W

Cost & Admission
Parking rates $10 per vehicle Monday through Friday, $15 per vehicle weekends and holidays.
*Cash Only

Boardwalk cafe with coffee, ice cream, American fare.
Nearby restaurants.

Walking, sunbathing, swimming.

This beach has relatively mild waves and it's a trek before you reach deep water. Ideal for a refreshing swim. If you arrive after 5pm, parking is free and less chance of sunburn.