Numerous RI and CT cities and towns are providing the chance to make a difference this Earth Day with special workshops, beach cleanups, and family-friendly festivals, so get out there and show your support for the natural environment by taking part in one of them.
Narragansett Town Beach is a mile-long stretch of sand that features perhaps the best surfing in all of New England. In addition, Narragansett Town Beach offers swimming, boating, and sunbathing and so much more. The park is also home to snack bars, washrooms, and two pavilions that hosts a variety of events throughout the summer, so there is no shortage of amenities available for those who stop by.
Theatre By the Sea, is a one-time barn that over the years became one of the area’s most popular, and unquestionably most notable, playhouses. In 1980, the theater became part of the National Register of Historic Places. The playhouse, as its name suggests, is a short distance from the ocean and has a nearby beach, providing a relaxing atmosphere for watching some of Broadway’s most renowned productions.
Ninigret Park is a hidden gem that Rhode Islanders might want to keep to themselves. Ninigret Pond sits within Ninigret Park, a 227-acre green space with a full day's worth of activities available throughout the summer, and even into the spring and fall. The park also hosts some high-end events each and every year, should you want to experience some local arts and culture
Ask most homeowners in Westerly, Charlestown or South Kingstown where they live, and they’ll tell you South County. But the fact is, South County doesn’t really exist, at least not formally. So why do we call it South County?