Top 5 Beaches / Best Wings in Rhode Island

Block Island

Block Island earned a spot on Fodor’s “New England’s 6 Best Beaches” list, is 12 miles from the Rhode Island coast. The 3-mile-by-7-mile island has a total of 17 miles of free public beaches. Crescent Beach, a long beach on the eastern shore, has the most facilities, with restrooms, refreshments and lifeguards. To get to the island, you will need to charter a boat, take a Block Island Ferry form Point Judith or board a flight from the Westerly airport. Once on the island, you can rent a bicycle or moped to get around.

Little Compton’s South Shore Beach

Little Compton’s South Shore Beach has a pretty quiet atmosphere. NWA is not rolling up in this hood, however someone might be. The pebble beach is at the end of South Shore Road after you’ve passed through the town. There is an admission fee for use; the beach has a restroom and lifeguards.

Misquamicut State Beach

Misquamicut State Beach  has always had a summer population evenly mixed by Westerly area locals and large influxes of Connecticut residents. One of the state’s most popular beaches with over a half mile of beach front also has many local attractions for children. A new bathing pavilion opened in 1999. This village-like structure includes a bathhouse, a concession building that includes a gift shop and offices, a lifeguard tower and shade gazebos.

Weekapaug Inn and Beach

Weekapaug Inn  and the stretch of barrier beach it sits next to are named on Forbes’ list of the “Best Beach Resorts in the World.” If you are looking for an all-inclusive upscale beach vacation destination in Rhode Island, this is the highest-rated option. It is open from Memorial Day until Labor Day. The resort welcomes children and keeps its amenities simple to help its guests truly enjoy the oceanfront location.

Roger Wheeler State Beach

Roger Wheeler State Beach  in Narragansett sits on 27-acres of beautiful beaches. Restrooms, a lifeguard and concession stands make food and drink on Rodger Wheeler State Beach available all day. This beach has a very family-friendly atmosphere.

RI Best Buffalo Wings – Boneheads Wing Bar

Boneheads Wing Bar

131 Washington St. West Warwick, RI 02893

401-828-WING (9464)

The best Buffalo wings in Rhode Island are here. These guys have taken buffalo wings to new level, with a ton of different kinds to choose from like Hell’s Bells, Hot for Teacher, or The Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band that will light a fire in your vitals. There’s no slouching here. Boneheads Wing Bar is also strapped with an assortment of dry rubs for Rhode Island’s Best Buffalo wings. The cold beer is good too.