Narragansett Town Beach
Narragansett Town Beach sits on the eastern side of Narragansett, and is split between a section of public beach and a privately-owned section. The public beach stretches for around half a mile at the southern end of Narragansett Town Beach. This is known as the rockiest area of the beach, although there is still ample sand.
A relatively undeveloped stretch of sand, Narragansett Beach is primarily visited for its swimming and surfing. A dedicated surfing area keeps swimmers and boarders safe from the risk of collision.
Open from the start of June until the Labor Day weekend at the start of September, Narragansett Town Beach has a lifeguard presence, as well as changing rooms with lockers, restrooms and snack bars.
There are several separate parking areas with a total of around 1,000 individual spots. With around 5,000 people visiting in groups of family or friends on its most popular days, this means parking is rarely a serious issue. There’s a per person admission fee in addition to parking costs.
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