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Known as the Ocean State, sandy shores and Colonial towns abound in Rhode Island.

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Harlow Hill
3 units · Motorhomes1 acre · Middletown, Rhode IslandA spot to park for your vehicles on .7 acres near Middletown beaches. A space to wash your feet...
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Glamp Frogmore
2 units · Glamping35 acres · Coventry, Rhode IslandSet on our private 35 acre property in Rhode Island, Glamp Frogmore features two beautiful wooded...
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Milk Thistle Farm
3 units · Tents5 acres · Greene, Rhode IslandWith the original home built in 1785, Milk Thistle farm is on the historic register and is...
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Simple, private & natural.
1 unit · Motorhome2 acres · Hopkinton, Rhode IslandI love the outdoors and recreational RV life. The world is changing and I’m hoping we can help...
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Cedar Heights Hangout
1 unit · Motorhome1 acre · East Greenwich, Rhode IslandNot everyone wants to be isolated in the middle of the woods. If that's you, check out our little slice of suburbia. Our house in Central Rhode Island has a large driveway for parking your RV and tow vehicle. You can have access to our front and backyard, fire pit, play equipment for kids, and hookups. Our neighborhood is great for walking and we're super close to many great restaurants and cafes and only a short drive from Providence and Newport.
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Gibson Hill Resort & Entertain!
137 units · Motorhomes, Tents155 acres · Sterling, ConnecticutThe Gibson Hill Resort and Entertainment has OVER 100 FULL RV Hookup spots and acres of Camping...
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Cedarvalleyfarmri
2 units · Motorhomes7 acres · Exeter, Rhode IslandSmall organic farm located in the Arcadia land management area of Rhode Island. We have a large...
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Hurricane Hill Farm
1 unit · Glamping48 acres · Cranston, Rhode IslandWe are a 48-acre historic, conservation fiber farm smack in the middle of Rhode Island-in an area...
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Moose's Midnight Getaway
1 unit · Motorhome, Tent1 acre · Tiverton, Rhode IslandLearn more about this land: Located in Tiverton, RI. Access to local RI beaches, great seafood,...
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Nature Preserve Tent Camping
1 unit · Tent1 acres · Rhode IslandLearn more about this land:Prudence Island is a 6 square mile island in the middle of...
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With 400 miles of coastline, it's easy to fall under the spell of America's smallest state. The landscape offers miles of sandy beaches, craggy coves, and cliff walks above crashing waves. The sheltered waters of Narragansett Bay are also prime turf for saltwater angling and world-class sailing.

Little Rhody has a culture all its own, starting with down-home seafood delicacies like clam cakes and Quahogs. The Ocean State's waves are tops in New England for surfing, particularly near the Narragansett and Newport beaches. On the eastern side of the Narragansett Bay, the lowlands hold some of the most pristine waterfronts, including the Goosewing Beach Preserve.

Rhode Island's beach camping scene favors RVs. There are several RV parks with gorgeous waterfront views like the Charlestown Breachway. Campers determined to pitch beside blue water can reserve a tent site at Fort Getty Park. If you don't mind a walk to the beach, Fisherman's Memorial State Park Campground has well-maintained primitive camping and RV sites near Point Judith. Many waterfront camping areas prohibit alcohol, so check ahead before you pack that wine.

Further inland, forests and silvery lakes offer quiet beauty. Backpackers head to George Washington State Campground for solitude without the amenities. Burlingame, the largest state park, is popular as a family campground for swimming and boating.

Day trips are ridiculously easy in this small state. Don't overlook the parks and beaches within easy driving distance. Catch the ferry to Block Island, Rhode Island's laid-back version of Nantucket. (Don't miss the nightly party at Ballard's Beach.) Sample the finer things in life with a tour of the Gilded Age mansions in Newport. Followed by a polo match on the beach.

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