Rhode Island


Read about small towns in Rhode Island:

Bristol – Since the 17th century, shipbuilding and, therefore, sailing, have played an important role in the town’s everyday life. Today, the situation is very similar. Bristol is the proudhome of a number of companies that specialize in shipbuilding, and it’s not surprising that the town’s international and local reputation is greatly owed to theworkmanship and quality of these companies. In fact, several of America’s Cup yachtsare included in their portfolio and Bristol was even deemed the home of the America’s Cup Hall of Fame in 1995. Continue reading…

Charlestown – The Charlestown Breachway State Beach, for example, is something you don’t want to miss out on, not even by a longshot. Formally opened in 1958 to improve access to theNinigret pond and the Atlantic Ocean, “The Breachway” is a colloquial term used by many residents of Rhode Island’s South Shore. The East Beach to some and Ninigret State Beach to others, however, boards the Charlestown Ninigret Conservation Area and is essentially a 3-mile long barrier beach on the Atlantic Ocean. Continue reading…

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