Rhode Island State Parks

Beavertail State ParkJamestownNewport153 acres62 ha1980
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Operational lighthouse, ocean views
Blackstone River Bikeway State ParkCumberland, Lincoln, WoonsocketProvidence11.5 mi18.5 km1998
One leg of the East Coast Greenway
Brenton Point State ParkNewportNewport88.9 acres36.0 ha1974
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Host site of the Newport Kite Festival
Burlingame State ParkCharlestownWashington3,100 acres1,300 ha1930
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Camping and recreation on and around Watchaug Pond
Colt State ParkBristolBristol464 acres188 ha1965
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The “Jewel” of the state park system
Fishermen’s Memorial State ParkNarragansettWashington91 acres37 ha1970
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Oceanside camping
Fort Adams State ParkNewportNewport100 acres40 ha1965
Site of the Newport Jazz Festival and Newport Folk Festival
Fort Wetherill State ParkJamestownNewport61.5 acres24.9 ha1972
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Sightseeing, scuba diving
Goddard Memorial State ParkWarwickKent490 acres200 ha1927
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Golf course, bridle trails, swimming, performing arts center
Haines Memorial State ParkBarringtonBristol102 acres41 ha1911
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Boating access to Narragansett Bay
Lincoln Woods State ParkLincolnProvidence627 acres254 ha1908
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Freshwater beaches on Olney Pond
Pulaski State ParkGlocesterProvidence100 acres40 ha1939 Day use facility in Chepachet, within the George Washington Management Area
Rocky Point State ParkWarwickKent120 acres49 ha2014
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Coastal park on the former site of Rocky Point Park, an amusement park which operated from the 1840s-1995.
Snake Den State ParkJohnstonProvidence1,000 acres400 ha1969
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Undeveloped historic farm property
World War II Memorial State ParkWoonsocketProvidence149 acres60 ha1977
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City-managed park; site of annual fall festival