Beach camping in Rhode Island

Rhode Island beach camping comes with sandy shores and spectacular sunsets.

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Cedar Valley Heritage Farm

2 sites · RVs7 acres · Exeter, RI
Welcome to Cedar Valley Heritage Farm, a captivating property where nature and history intertwine. We have carefully transformed an empty hayfield into a flourishing haven inspired by Jean Martin's market garden principles. Here, you'll discover pastured laying hens and broiler chickens, along with American Guinea hogs, fostering a sustainable and harmonious ecosystem. Delight in the aromatic herbs that grace our gardens, while vibrant tulips paint the landscape with splashes of color during the spring. In the fall, the Saffron crocus sativus reveals its precious saffron spice-producing bulbs, adding a touch of exotic beauty to the surroundings. As you explore Cedar Valley Heritage Farm, you'll encounter an iconic mortise and tenon post and beam barn, steeped in the rich history of the early 1900s. Its sturdy construction stands as a testament to the craftsmanship of a bygone era. Immerse yourself in the charm of our farm, where heritage, sustainability, and natural beauty coexist. Join us on this remarkable journey as we nurture the land, preserve traditions, and invite you to experience the unique blend of history and nature at Cedar Valley Heritage Farm.
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Beach camping in Rhode Island guide


Americas smallest state sure knows how to compensate. Beaches span the Rhode Island coast, each with camping areas and tent sites certain to charm all kinds of campers. State beaches, like Charlestown Breachway and East Beach, feature RV campsites with public restrooms, select boating access, and swimming sections with lifeguards. From a beachside RV park, youll experience some of the states best camping and maybe catch a fish or two, as saltwater fishing is a popular summertime activity in addition to beach volleyball, biking, and kayaking. For a less active getaway, you could easily spend an entire weekend reclining on the shore near an RV beach campground, though even when the New England sun isnt out, theres still plenty to do along the Rhode Island coast. Once youve had your fill of the beach, save some time to explore the quaint streets of Newport, see Providence, and wander Jamestowns best walking trails. Rhode Islands activities—and beach camping—are as abundant as its seafood options.

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