Attractions & Things To Do Nearby
Saunderstown, Rhode Island
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"In the eighteenth century, this property overlooking Narragansett Bay produced food for local and foreign markets. Today, farm managers raise organically grown produce for a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program. A weekly farmers’ market from May to October offers products from other local farms. Tour the farmyard and cemetery, where six generations of Caseys are buried."
(This excerpt taken from Casey Farm website)
"Take a step back in time. Visit the authentically restored and furnished 1750 home of the Stuart family and learn about the life of one of America’s best-known portraitists, Gilbert Stuart."
(This excerpt taken from Gilbert Stuart Birthplace website)
"Fishing charters in Rhode Island are great time for anyone looking to have fun on the water. Whether it be a big lunker BASS, an angry BLUEFISH, a door mat FLUKE, a big stubborn SHARK, or a high speed TUNA, my charters will get you to the fish faster than anyone else, in safety and comfort, and I'll do all at a competitive price. When the rods are bending, and the drags are screaming, you'll know you're on the right boat"
(This excerpt taken from Miller Time Sportfishing Charters website)
"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)
"Narragansett Town Beach is a classic New England Saltwater Coastal Beach front that offers some of the best, cleanest and accessible beach conditions for the residents and tourist in New England with attendance up to 10,000 patrons per day. Located in the center of town, the beach offers ample parking in the North, South, West and Cabana parking areas along with food, restrooms, first-aid office, surfing area and a beautiful sandy beachfront. The total beach acreage is approximately 19 acres."
(This excerpt taken from Narragansett Town Beach website)
"Paddling is great exercise, offers an escape from the stresses of daily life, allows you to see the world from a different vantage point, and is just plain fun. Our on-water programs offer an array of possibilities for everyone to get involved in the sport. Whether you rent a kayak for a few hours, join a guided tour or participate in an instructional program, our goal is to make it a memorable day on the water."
(This excerpt taken from The Kayak Centre of Rhode Island website)
"Before European settlement, the Narragansett tribe occupied Conanicut Island, clearing the land and planting crops. The resulting grasslands attracted colonial farmers for pasturing their sheep and cattle. In 1789 Job Watson purchased a piece of this rich farmland, and for the next two centuries five successive generations of the Watson family cultivated it. Explore this 265-acre property, which today is a working family farm."
(This excerpt taken from Watson Farm website)
"Founded in 1892, South County's oldest museum houses more than 15,000 archaeological and ethnological objects from around the world. Changing exhibits in the period Southwest Mission-style gallery explore two million years of world culture...and more!"
(This excerpt taken from Museum of Primitive Art and Culture website)
"Wickford is a historic village within the town on North Kingstown, located in southern Rhode Island nestled on Narragansett Bay in a protected cove. A Seaside Treasure that was Established in 1709 that is a family destination all year long! Wickford Village provides picturesque streets lined with one-of-a-kind family owned and operated shops featuring jewelry, houseware, clothing and more. You’ll also find galleries, antique shops, cafes, and restaurants nestled among the beautifully maintained Colonial and Federal period homes, churches and gardens. You can watch the boats go by in the harbor, seasonally rent a kayak, paddle board or boat. Wickford offers something for the whole family in every season."
(This excerpt taken from Wickford Village website)
"The Metz Exhibit Hall, or the Metz as we refer to it, was built in 1987 to house South County Museum’s collections, and it is our main indoor exhibit space. The Metz’s design took inspiration from the barns and civic buildings of the local region. The building boasts soaring ceilings and houses temporary and permanent exhibits on its main floor. "
(This excerpt taken from South County Museum website)