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Exeter, Rhode Island
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Located in East Greenwich, RI
3 miles from Exeter
"The New England Wireless and Steam Museum is an electrical and mechanical engineering museum emphasizing the beginnings of radio and steam power. This museum preserves the original Massie coastal wireless station which was moved from Point Judith, Rhode Island. This station, built in 1907 to communicate with marine shipping, is the oldest surviving, originally equipped wireless station anywhere."(This excerpt taken from New England Wireless and Steam Museum website)
Located in Exeter, RI
"Rhode Island's ONLY Ski Area, Water Park & Snow Tubing Park! The Ski Area is operational early December through late March and the Snow Tubing Park opens later into December through March. We make our own winter happen at Yawgoo with 100% snow-making. Our Water Park operates mid-June through Labor day for those hot Rhode Island Summer days!"(This excerpt taken from Yawgoo Valley website)
Located in North Kingstown, RI
4 miles from Exeter
"Whether you are a recreational paddler or an experienced sea kayaker, we have a program designed for you. Our teaching programs and international adventure travel continue to get rave reviews. Our waterfront location with easy access to Narragansett Bay just can't be beat."(This excerpt taken from The Kayak Centre of Rhode Island website)
Located in North Kingstown, RI
4 miles from Exeter
"[A]round 1637, Richard Smith, an original settler of Taunton in Plymouth Colony, established a trading post at Cocumscussoc and ... 'Put up...the first English house...in Nahigonsik Countrey.' It is thought to have been a grand house that was, possibly, fortified: thus the name Smith's Castle."(This excerpt taken from Smith's Castle website)
Located in North Kingstown, RI
4 miles from Exeter
"Nestled along the waterfront of Wickford Harbor, historic Wickford Village offers a taste of New England as it was a century or more ago. Wickford, on the western shore of Narragansett Bay,is a welcome change. Its 1700's historic homes, churches, gardens and picturesque harbor offer a glimpse of our nation's early history."(This excerpt taken from Wickford Village website)
Located in North Kingstown, RI
4 miles from Exeter
"A one-of-a-kind cruise viewing Rhode Island's majestic Lighthouses with a complete Newport Harbor Tour."(This excerpt taken from Rhode Island Bay Cruises website)
Located in North Kingstown, RI
4 miles from Exeter
"The Biomes Center is New England's only private marine education facility and the largest aquarium in Rhode Island. We've been providing hands-on marine biology programs for schools and families since 1989."(This excerpt taken from Biomes website)
Located in Saunderstown, RI
5 miles from Exeter
"The Gilbert Stuart Birthplace is a multifaceted attraction that takes one on a journey back in time. Not only is it a showplace for reproductions of the works of one of America's foremost portrait painters, it is an authentically restored and furnished workingman's home and the site of the first snuff mill in America. The lovely wooded homestead on the banks of the Mattatuxet Brook also features a partially restored grist mill and a fascinating fish ladder."(This excerpt taken from Gilbert Stuart Birthplace website)
Located in North Kingstown, RI
5 miles from Exeter
"One of the premier public courses in Rhode Island. North Kingstown Golf Course is a well maintained, classic layout designed by Walter Johnson who was a construction supervisor for Donald Ross. Among the amenities at this former naval officers' club are a full size 100% natural grass range and Pelly's 19th Hole. Our all grass driving range is open to the public."(This excerpt taken from North Kingstown Municipal Golf Course website)
Located in Wakefield, RI
6 miles from Exeter
"Our bike path ... extends from the Amtrak Station in Kingston to Rodman Street in Wakefield. You can bike, walk, jog and/or rollerblade on four miles of two-lane, asphalt paved path, through picturesque South County greenery."(This excerpt taken from South County Bike Path website)
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