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RV Destinations | Rhode Island
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Wawaloam Campground, Richmond
Located in South County Rhode Island, Wawaloam Campground is a wonderful camping destination. Visitors can enjoy the acres of wooded land, farmland and more. In addition, the whole family will love the onsite giant waterslide, swimming pool and much more. Visitors can go on short trips to nearby Block Island, Newport and much more.
Whispering Pines Campground, Hope Valley
This Rhode Island campground provides a wonderful spot from which to enjoy a vacation destination. Visitors will enjoy plenty of comfort during a stay, including a wonderful wooded land, as well as a swimming pool, fishing pond and much more. Nearby visitors can enjoy the lovely beaches of Rhode Island as well as the nearby attractions of Block Island, Newport and much more.
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Block Island and Mohegan Bluffs
Block Island is just a short ferry ride away from the coast of Rhode Island. The island features amazing bluffs, beautiful hills and plenty of opportunities for recreation. Located on the southern end of Block Island, the Mohegan Bluffs are coastal cliffs, which drop about 200 feet into the ocean. Visitors to Block Island can explore the trail system on the island, the beaches and much more.
Located on the Eastern shore of Newport, the Cliff Walk is a great way to experience nature and historic Newport. The Cliff Walk travel through a National Historic District and is designated as a National Recreation Trail. Travelers on this trail will see abrupt cliffs, rough trail, seashore and much more.
Coggeshell Farm Museum
Visitors to Rhode Island that want to experience the agrarian past of the state can take a trip to the Coggeshell Farm Museum. This living historical farm has interpreters dressed in reproduction clothing, historic buildings, and plants and animals like those from the late 1700s and early 1800s. Visitors to the farm have the opportunity to experience the past in a hands on and more experiential way than at many other types of museum.
Visitors to Rhode Island will be delighted with all of the activities to be enjoyed and all of the scenic beauty of Narragansett Bay. The beautiful and protected waters of the bay make it an ideal spot to enjoy water recreation, including sailing, kayaking, fishing, snorkeling and more. Visitors will also find that the shores of Narragansett Bay have plenty of villages to enjoy learning about the history of Rhode Island, sightsee, relax, shop, dine-out and more.
This amazing example of Rhode Island history and architecture is a fantastic destination for all visitors. Located in Newport, this mansion was built in the 1890s by architect Richard Morris Hunt in the Louis XIII style. Visitors can enjoy the amazing architecture, gardens and collection of arts and antiques from around the world. Today, visitors can also take ghost tours of the castle.
Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor
This National Heritage Corridor preserves the Blackstone River corridor, which stretches from Worcester, Massachusetts to Providence, Rhode Island. This area is rich in history, and visitors to the National Heritage corridor have the opportunity to learn all about the influence this region had on the Industrial Revolution, the first successful textile mill and more. Visitors to this area can explore Pawtucket and the original Slater Mill, Whitinsville and the Whitin Machine Company, Worcester and many other attractions throughout the area.