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Beaver River Golf Club image
Richmond, RI
(range: 1 mile)
At Beaver River Golf Club, you can expect exceptional playing conditions, superior maintenance and a friendly family atmosphere on all 18 holes. Our large, rolling fairways and challenging rough will test even the most seasoned golfer. Our par 70, 6006 yard course is nestled in the wooded hills of South County, Rhode Island.  (This excerpt taken from the Beaver River Golf Club website)
This links style course is situated on Rt. 3 off exit 2 of interstate 95, 15 minutes north of Mystic, CT and 15 minutes south of Warwick, RI. While playing one is surrounded by panoramic views, generous fairways, 17th century stonewalls, and the unspoiled woodlands of Southwestern Rhode Island. (This excerpt taken from the Fenner Hill Country Club website)
Laurel Lane Country Club image
Richmond, RI
(range: 3 miles)
Laurel Lane Country Club is a public golf course, driving range, restaurant and bar (Rudy’s Bar & Grille and CaddyShack) and Event Venue located in West Kingston, Rhode Island. Laurel Lane’s golf course is an 18 hole, par 71, 6128 yard course with few bunkers, affordably priced, and a wonderful place for all skill levels to play. This beautifully maintained public golf course is located just off Route 138, four miles west of the University of Rhode Island. Players can enjoy lunch or dinner on the deck or in the sports bar overlooking the 18th green. The golf course is situated in a secluded and natural setting within a borough of South Kingstown. (This excerpt taken from the Laurel Lane Country Club website)
At over 14,000 mostly forested acres, the Arcadia Management Area is the state’s largest recreational area, offering users a great variety of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors. Co-managed by DEM’s Divisions of Forest Environment and Fish & Wildlife, it is promoted as, and actively managed for hunting, as well as fishing, boating, hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding, to name a few activities. (This excerpt taken from the Arcadia Management Area website)
Welcome to South County’s William C. O’Neill Bike Path, one of the premiere paths in the North East. The path was formerly called, and is still frequently referred to as the South County Bike Path. Presently, the path is 7 miles in length but when completed, it will be approximately 8 miles.  (This excerpt taken from the William C. O’Neill Bike Path website)
Located on the east side of "the Breachway" is a camping area for self contained RV's, a state beach, some of the best salt water fishing in South County and a panoramic view of Block Island Sound. (This excerpt taken from the Charlestown Breachway website)
This very popular state recreation area offers 50 fireplaces, toilets, drinking water, a swimming beach and a nearby DEM boat launch for boating and fishing. The campground is 3,100 acres of rocky woodland that surrounds Watchaug Pond in Charlestown. (This excerpt taken from the Burlingame State Park website)
A 19th century farmyard shopper's paradise and international bazaar. A Rhode Island landmark and National Treasure in Charlestown, Rhode Island since 1968. Open year round. (This excerpt taken from the The Fantastic Umbrella Factory website)
Our mission at Tomaquag Museum is to educate the public and promote thoughtful dialogue regarding Indigenous history, culture, arts, and Mother Earth and connect to Native issues of today. Tomaquag Museum envisions its future as an Indigenous Cultural Education destination that engages visitors in thoughtful dialogue that promotes understanding and strives to create experiences that transform people's lives by broadening their perspectives, attitudes, and knowledge of Indigenous Cultures and the interrelationship with the wider world. (This excerpt taken from the Tomaquag Indian Memorial Museum website)
Yawgoo Valley image
Exeter, RI
(range: 7 miles)
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 the Yawgoo Valley website)
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