RI towns Narragansett“Gansett” also known as Narragansett, Rhode Island, is a town that runs along the narrow strip of the Pettaquamscutt River. With over 34,000 people in the summer and 16,000 throughout the year, Narragansett is the place to be with so much to do! Here is a list of a few things to do this week:
Narragansett Beach is the ideal beach for those who are fans of swimming and surfing. It offers the town of Narragansett a clean and accessible beach that residents and tourists can enjoy! Amenities offered are food, restrooms, first-aid office, a surfing area and a beautiful sandy beach front. Admission into the beach is $8 per person a day. Parking fees do apply based on the day of the week.
Located just south of Bonnet Shores, Brickley’s Ice Cream is all homemade on site at their shop! With over 45 flavors to chose from, Brickley’s is a must-have delight when your in the area. To see a list of their flavors click here.
The fastest way to get to Block Island is by the Block Island Ferry. The year-around ferry is based in Point Judith, Narragnasett taking you on a 55 minute voyage to Block Island. The ferry transports not just people but vehicles, commercial trucks and shipping freight. Same day round trip as an adult costs $23.85. One must book reservations to take the ferry.
narrow-river-kayaksLast but not least, this week you should take out a kayak on the Narrow River. Narrow River Kayaks received a certificate of excellence this year and is ranked #1 out of #16 for the best attractions in Narragansett (tripadvisor.com). A solo kayak for two hours is $28. For a list of their pricing and different pieces of equipment click here. Narrow River Kayaks offers guided excursions that run from June 15 to September 30.