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Newport County is in Rhode Island.



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Get in

There are several ways to get into Newport County depending on where you are coming from.

By Air

T.F. Green Airport (Warwick, RI)- located about 25 miles away from Newport County, T.F. Green (PVD) is the closest airport serving all major domestic airlines. These airlines include Air Canada, Delta, Jet Blue, Southwest, United Airlines and US Airways. Once your plane arrives at T.F. Green, there are several ways to get from the Airport to Newport County. The Rhode Island Public Transportation Authority offers several transportation options by bus. They also offer connecting service to most cities and towns in Rhode Island at Kennedy Plaza bus hub in downtown Providence. RIPTA buses 1, 14, and 20 stop at the end of the commercial roadway near the airport terminal. The bus routes from the airport are as follows:

Route #1: Cranston (Broad St. & Elmwood Ave.), Providence (Broad, Eddy & Richmond Streets), Warwick (Post Rd. & Warwick Ave.). Route #8: Providence (via Jefferson Blvd. & Rt. 95) and Warwick (Buttonwoods & Greenwood). Route #14: East Greenwich, Narragansett, Newport, North Kingstown, Providence (express), Warwick (south). Route #20: Cranston (Elmwood Ave.), Providence (Broad St. & Elmwood Ave.) , Warwick (Elmwood Ave. & Post Rd.).

Rental cars are also available at T.F. Green. Major rental car services available include Alamo, Enterprise, Payless, Avis, Firefly, Thrifty, Budget, Hertz, Zipcar, Dollar, and National.

Taxi services are also available. Orange Cab Airport Shuttle (Newport/Middletown) serves Newport County with daily service between T.F. Green/Interlink and the Newport Naval Base, as well as the following area hotels: Holiday Inn Express, Courtyard Marriott, Hampton Inn, Residence Inn, Homewood Suites/Hilton, and the Best Western/Mainstay. Airport Taxi and Limousine Service also provides transportation from T.F. Green to surrounding areas.

Logan International Airport (Boston, MA)- located about 75 miles away from Newport County. Logan serves domestic airlines from all over the world. Once you have arrived at Logan, there are various ways of finding transportation to Newport County. These include: the MBTA commuter rail, Peter Pan Bus service, rental car service, and taxi service.

Newport State Airport (Newport, RI)- located within Newport County, this small airport offers service for executive jets. Charter service is also available to T.F. Green, Logan, and JFK airports.

By Train

Amtrak- Amtrak train stations are nearby both in Kingston, RI and in Providence, RI. Amtrak discounts are offered to AAA members, students, military, seniors, children and more. Routes can be found on the amtrak website.

By Car

Getting to Newport County is simple using interstate highways, I-95, I-195, and 24.

Get around

Now that you are in Newport County, there are several ways to get around! There are buses, taxis, tours, and other ground transportation available to make sure you see all you can during your stay.

Bus Lines

A Peter Pan Bus Lines/Bonanza Bus Lines station available on America's Cup Avenue in Newport. This bus line will help you explore surrounding areas. Routes, prices, and schedules are available on their website. Greyhound Bus Lines are also available for transportation.


The Rhode Island Public Transportation Authority offers several bus routes around Newport County. Some RIPTA lines to be aware of within Newport County are as follows:

Route 60 (Providence/Newport) Route 63 - Purple Line (Broadway/Middletown Shop) Route 64 - (Newport/URI/Kingston Train Station) Route 67 - Yellow Line (Bellevue/Mansions)



  • Ocean Drive, Newport This is a 10 mile drive along the beautiful Newport shoreline. Along the drive you will see, Green Bridge, The Private Beaches (Gooseberry Beach, Hazards Beach, Bailey's Beach), Brenton Point State Park, Castle Hill Inn, and many gorgeous houses that hug the shoreline.
  • Fort Adams, Newport. Over 180 years of history, the Fort itself is the largest coastal fortress in the United States and offers seasonal guided tours that showcase the property’s soldier’s quarters, Naval War College Museum Exhibit, beautiful architecture and engineering. Besides looking at the splendor that is Fort Adams, you can see the view of the Newport Harbor and Narragansett Bay. There are also various festivals and events that are featured on the field. Some of the past events include Family Day, Folk Festival, Jazz Festival, and an annual clambake. Check out their website:
  • Green Animals Topiary Garden, Portsmouth. A great place to bring the kids and enjoy the carefully decorated gardens. It is the oldest garden of its kind in the United States. There are more than 80 pieces of topiary throughout the gardens consisting mostly of animals and birds. It is open seasonally through the spring, summer and fall.
  • Butterfly Zoo, Tiverton. Named Best of Rhode Island 2011 attraction by Yankee Mangazine, the Butterfly Zoo is home to a wide variety of butterflies from all over the world. They have unique gifts in the gift center including dry specimens of rare butterflies. Open on sunny days during June, July, and August.
  • Donovan Gallery, Tiverton. This art gallery located at the popular Tiverton Four Corners site offers various forms of art including limited edition prints. All purchases are framed professionally.
  • Sakonnet Light, Little Compton. Containing a lot of historical past, including being marked for demolition, a now family owned lighthouse is open for tours and functions as a lighthouse today.


A historical artifact that is a must see if you are in Newport County are the Newport Mansions. They consist of eleven historical sites that showcase historical house museums and usually offer functions throughout the year. When visiting these sites, make sure to join a tour for the best educational experience. The mansions are listed below:

  • Astor's Beechwood Mansion, 580 Bellevue Avenue
  • Belcourt Castle Bellevue Ave.
  • The Breakers, Ruggles Ave.
  • Chateau-sur-Mer, Bellevue Ave.
  • Chepstow, Ruggles Ave.
  • The Elms, Bellevue Ave.
  • Hunter House, Washington St.
  • Isaac Bell House, Bellevue Ave.
  • Kingscote, Bellevue Ave.
  • Marble House, Bellevue Ave.
  • Ochre Court, Ochre Point Ave.
  • Rosecliff, Bellevue Ave.
  • Rough Point, Bellevue Ave.

For more information on the opportunities to see the mansions visit:



One of the best things about Newport County are the beaches. The main part of Newport County is an island which means it is surrounded by lovely beaches. Here are the top beaches in all of the areas in Newport County.


  • Easton's Beach,, Memorial Boulevard. This beach is best known as First Beach, and has a wonderful view of the beautiful Cliff Walk. The carousel, playground, and aquarium are perfect for children, while the concession stand and beach houses are nearby. Parking is available and there are restaurants within walking distance.
  • Fort Adams State Beach, [25]. Located in Fort Adams State Park on Ocean Avenue. Besides tours throughout the park, this historical site offers a beautiful beach with picnic and fishing areas. Concession stand and public bathrooms are also available.
  • Gooseberry Beach, Ocean Avenue. This is a private beach club open to the public. Showers, chair rentals, and parking are available for guests. Seasonal parking passes are also available for those who can’t get enough.


  • Sachuest Beach, Sachuest Point Road. Known as Second Beach, this is the largest beach in the area. Here you can find great surf, fine sand, showers, and a concession stand. Seasonal parking passes are available in the beginning of the summer season.
  • Third Beach, Third Beach Road. This beach is known for its calm surf, which is perfect for water sports and small children. There are no public bathrooms or concession stand offered at this beach, but parking is available.


  • Sandy Point Beach, Sandy Point Road. Little surf perfect for recreation such as swimming, rowing, boating, and scuba diving. It is free in the summer to get into this beach if you have a license from Rhode Island or $10 for the public.


  • Mackerel Cove Beach, Beavertail Rd. Busy beach that has rough water which is perfect for boogie boarding at swimming. Lifeguards are on duty and parking is $15 per day. The beach is also open at night for walks, surfing and nighttime activities.


  • Grinnell's Beach, Main Road. Grinnell's is a small family beach with lifegaurds, a playground, hiking and walking trails, fishing spots, picnic tables, benches, and parking. Weekday rate $5.00 Saturday, Sunday and Holidays

Little Compton:

  • South Shore Beach,Little Compton. Calm water where many locals and visitors gather. It is small and rocky but has beautiful ocean views. The beach doesn't have a concession stand, but a food cart is normal at the beach.


  • International Tennis Hall of Fame , Bellevue Ave, Newport. This museum holds 18 galleries of the entire history of tennis in more than 20,000 square feet. The exhibits feature videos, memorabilia, and interesting facts about past and present tennis champions.
  • Touro Synagogue National Historic Site, Touro Street,Newport. This is the oldest Jewish synagogue in the United States. Tours time vary, check their website at: Tickets are $5 for adults and children under 13 are free.
  • Beavertail, State Park and Lighthouse Museum, Beavertail Road, Jamestown. One of the oldest lighthouses on the east coast, it now houses a small museum and aquarium. Also offers four overlooks, hiking trails and a naturalist program for anyone interested in local ecology. Admission is free.
  • Wilbor House, Barn, and Quaker Meeting House, West Road,Jamestown. Open during the summer months. Historic early 1700s building, maintained by Little Compton Historical Society. The Wilbor House was built during 17th, 18th, and 19th Centuries and restored in 1956 by the Historical Society. Barn contains historical New England farm items and tools

Recreational Activities

One of the best parts of New England is the fact that we enjoy all four seasons. Being in Newport County, there is an unlimited supply of outdoor (and indoor) sports and recreational activities you can enjoy all year round!

Water Sports

When you come to Rhode Island, especially in the Newport County area, you really must take advatage of the amount of water surrounding our little state. Enjoy fishing, kayaking, snorkeling, swimming, boating, and much more. Here are a few places to get you started, but there is an unlimited supply of water activities in the area.

  • Adventure Water Sports, Newport. They provide hourly rentals of jet skis, boats, kayaks and half/full day sailing, fishing, and yacht charters. Lessons and private tours are offered including photography tours of the harbor with a local photographer.
  • Newport Sailing School and Tours. Goat Island Marina,Newport. Offers 1-2 hour leisure sailing tour of Newport Harbor on three different experience levels, including beginners.
  • Surfing. The best place to surf in Newport County is at Second Beach in Middletown, especially for beginners. Ruggle's beach as rougher and larger swells for the more experiences surfer.
  • SCUBA Diving at The Newport Diving Center, Newport. They offer snorkeling and scuba courses taught by trained professionals. Make sure to call ahead to make an appointment. They also offer gear to rent if you are already a certified diver.


  • Newport National Golf Club, Newport. 18 hole golf course which offers great views on all of the holes and is open to the public.
  • Newport Country Club, Newport. One of the oldest and most beautiful golf courses in the state, including a mansion for the clubhouse. Many professional golf tournaments have been held there. It is private but open to the public.
  • Green Valley Country Club, Portsmouth. Featuring an 18-hole golf course with a driving range. The club house contains a bar and restaurant as well as banquet facilities. Open to the public.
  • Montaup Country Club, Portsmouth. 18-hole golf course overlooking the Mt. Hope Bay and Bridge. Open to the public year round.


Because of the abundance of water in Newport County, there are many places to go fishing with varieties including striped bass, bluefish, and blackfish. The public and most accessible spots include Fort Adams, Brenton Point, and any of the public beaches. WARNING: In Rhode Island, there is a law that requires all fishers to obtain a liscense to fish in Rhode Island for seven dollars which can be purchased at the local Walmart.


  • Sovereign Bank Skating Center', Newport. An outdoor skating arena open from November through March located in the center of downtown Newport. They offer lessons, rentals, and sharpening including concessions for all your warm winter treats.
  • Skydive Newport', Newport State Airport. One of the only skydiving companies in New England, Skydive Newport offers a once in a lifetime opportunity. With only highly trained staff and safety equipment, you get to jump over the beaches and bay of Newport County.

Parks and trails

The selling point of Newport County is the amount of beautiful nature reserves in the area. No matter what town you end up exploring, every one offers so many opportunities to explore nature!

  • Cliff Walk, Newport This beautiful walkway is about 3.5 miles. It offers beautiful ocean views as it hugs the ocean side and wildlife is common on the walk. The cliff walk also runs adjacent to many mansions, allowing a close up view of gorgeous pieces of architecture.
  • Norman Bird Sanctuary,Third Beach Road, Middletown. This sanctuary encompasses over 300 acres full of wildlife including over 300 species of birds. There are about a dozen trails, about 1 mile each, that are open every day for exploring. You can access the hanging rock with overlooks of first beach. $6 for adults, $3 for children 3-12, children under 12 free.
  • Sachuest Point National Wildlife Refuge, Sachuest Point Road, Middletown. A large refuge with over 240 acres that is full of scenic views and bird watching.Visitor center is open from 10-4.
  • Weetamoo Woods ,Tiverton. With over 450 acres and 4 hiking trails, this is the best place to observe nature and even learn some history. A great place for locals or visitors.Dogs and horses are also able to use this trail.
  • Ruecker Wildlife Refuge,Tiverton. This refuge has over 48 acres and 1.5 miles of trail. There is an assortment of wild animal and plant life. It hugs the Sakonnet river which allows for great views. It is open daily from sunrise to sunset.
  • Fort Barton, Highland Road,Tiverton. Full of history, Fort Barton served as a staging area for troops when Aquidneck Island was invaded during the Battle of Rhode Island in 1778. The park now comprises of three miles of trails including an observation tower which allows for panoramic views of the surrounding bodies of water. It is open year round from sunrise to sunset.


  • Newport Gulls Baseball Team, Newport. During the summer, the team plays at the historic Cardine's Field. These games are family friendly with a special seventh inning stretch treat for the kids. Tickets at $4 for adults, $2 for ages 13-18, seniors, and military, and under 12, $1.
  • Escobar’s Highland Farms Corn Maze, Portsmouth. This seasonal corn maze is a great fall activity for all ages. Their main atrraction is the corn maze, which changes shape every year, but also hold hayrides, cow trains, special events, and a pumpkin patch. It is open August through November.
  • P-Greenvale Vineyards, Portsmouth.Located right on the Sakonnet River, this vineyard is family owned and operated and offers a variety of artisian wines. They offer wine tastings and tours daily from 10 to 5 for groups or friends or a romantic get away.
  • Newport International Polo Series, Portsmouth. Located at the local Glen Farm, the international polo matches take place every Saturday evening throughout the summer and early fall. Many pack a picnic to enjoy the game, but food and beverages are offered.


There are many restaurants in Newport County that are worth visiting but here are a few you should try to stop in and have a bite. Individual listings can be found in the respective city articles



  • Gary's Handy Lunch, 462 Thames St, (401) 847-9480. 5am-3pm. A diner that servers breakfast and lunch. Friendly waitstaff and good atmosphere. Great place to get a good breakfast or some good Fish and Chips.
  • Brick Alley Pub, 140 Thames St, (401) 849-6334, [1]. Located right in the middle of Downtown Newport. They offer a variety of choices from seafood to conventional pub food. This is one of the more popular restauants located in Newport. $10-$30.
  • The Red Parrot, 348 Thames St., (401) 847-3800, [2]. The Red Parrot has a family friendly atmosphere. You could have anything from a business lunch or dinner here, or bring your children for a family night out. The menu is appropriate for all ages and offers a variety of options for all parties, from lobster and oysters to corn dogs and fries, the Red Parrot will serve as an excellent dining experience. Good place and easy to find due to its prominent location on a busy corner; can be quite touristy however.
  • 22 Bowen's Wine Bar & Grille, 22 Bowens Wharf, (401) 841-8884, [3]. Su,M,T,W,Th: 11:30am-9pm | F,Sa: 11:30am-10pm. Located on the bustling Bowen's Wharf. They serve things from a good USDA Prime beef to seafoot and have an award-winning wine list. Can be Pricy.


  • Anthony's Seafood & Restaurant, 963 Aquidneck Avenue, (401) 848-5058, [4]. A casual sit-down restaurant with fresh, local seafood. Also has a retail fish market.
  • Atlantic Beach Club, 53 Purgatory Road, (401) 847-2750, [5]. A local favorite! Located right on the water next to Easton's Beach, the Atlantic Beach Club has beautiful views and hosts many events. Eat out on the patio in the summertime and enjoy live music on the weekends. Great brunch too! Expensive.
  • Becky’s Real BBQ, 82 East Main Road, (401) 841-9909, [6]. Probably one of the best BBQ places if not the only one on the Island. The staff is very friendly. You have to try the pulled pork with the cornbread
  • Chelsea’s Breakfast & Lunch, 1015 Aquidneck Avenue, (401) 846-2770, [7]. M-Th: 5am-2pm; F: 5am-2pm, 5pm-7:30pm; Sa: 5am-2pm; Su: 5am-1pm. This diner is another favorite with locals. Open for breakfast and lunch daily. Expect a wait on the weekends. Cash only, so stop by an ATM before coming here. You will find people come here daily for breakfast before work.
  • Ching Tao Restaurant, 268 West Main Rd, (401) 849-2112, [8]. M-Th: 11:30am-10:30pm; F,Sa: 11:30am-11:30pm; Su: 12pm-10:30pm. Ching Tao is home to very fine, authentic Chinese cuisine. The atmosphere is very charming and the service is polite and quick. The portions served are large and satisfying. Deliveries can be made and are free of a delivery fee for purchases of ten dollars or more. There is also a bar located inside the restaurant.


  • The North End Pizzeria, 3030 East Main Rd, (401) 683-6633, [9]. Su-Th: 11am-10pm; F,Sa: 11am-11pm. Opened in April of 1995 and now have 45 years of experience, the North End is the pizza place you want to go after a soccer game or before the movies. A mixture of an old, antique history and fun, quirky atmosphere create an allure palpable as soon as you walk past the restaurant windows. There is a wide range of pizza choices available, Mexican to spinach to buffalo chicken are all options depending on your craving of the day.
  • Reidy's Restaurant, 3351 East Main Rd, (401) 683-9802. 6am-8pm. A local diner that serves tasteful dishes of breakfast and lunch. Reidy's is also known for their fish specials on only Fridays. 7$ bottomless Fish n Chips served with french fries and coleslaw. Eat as much fish as you desire!
  • Flo's Clam Shack, Park Ave, [10]. Hours: Friday, Saturday, Sunday 11am-8pm, Open Thursday June, July, and August. A small seafood clam shack that is open seasonal with outdoor seating and seating across the street on the beach wall. This clam shack offers delicious fried clams, lobster rolls, scallops, clam cakes, calamari and more. Make sure you have cash, no checks or credit cards accepted. $4-40.
  • Scampi Seafood Restaurant, 657 Park Avenue, (401) 293-5844, [11]. W,Th,Su: 11:30am-9pm; F,Sa: 11:30am-10pm. A famous seafood restaurant with amazing water views including high top tables and a full service bar. This is for seafood and Italian lovers that is also recommended for family, friends and celebrations.
  • Fieldstones Grille, 980 East Main R, (401) 293-5200, [12]. An extensive menu which includes home made pizzas, burgers, and sandwiches as well as delicious dinner entrees. Top quality meats and cheeses and vegetables are always fresh. The dinner entrees include fresh seafoods, pasta, chicken, and steaks. Or try the sizzling Fajittas with your choice of chicken, shrimp, pork, steak, or portabello mushroom with tomato. The Patriot Nachos for an Appetizer is well known!


You can view all dining options on Jamestown by visiting this link or check out a few below!

  • Ace's Pizza, 5 Clarke St, (401) 423-2824. A pizza joint that also offers sandwiches and pasta for eat in or take out.
  • Jamestown Oyser Bar, 22 Narragansett Ave, (401) 423-3380. Enjoy well-prepared and presented seafood dishes and bistro-pub food selections in a comfortable casual atmosphere. Their oysters, littlenecks, soft-shell crabs and clam chowder are very popular. The prices here are also reasonable and the atmosphere is casual
  • Portugese American, 134 Narragansett Ave, (401) 423-9909. One of Jamestown's better-kept dining secrets. No longer a private club. Serves lunch and dinner. Offers American and Portugese specialties as well as casual food. Specials are available on Fridays and Saturdays.


  • Family Ties, 221 Main Rd, (401) 624-2321, [13]. Family Ties is a good restaurant breakfast or lunch. The portions are generous for the price and the taste is homemade.
  • Four Corners Grille, 3841 Main Rd, (401) 624-1510, [14]. A family restaurant in historic Tiverton Four Corners which serves traditional American cuisine.
  • Evelyn’s Drive-In, 2335 Main Rd, (401) 624-3100, [15]. Summer, M-Th: 11:30am-8:30pm; F,Su: 11:30am-9pm. Evelyn’s is the local clam shack, serving classic seafood dishes, such as batter-fried belly clams, clam cakes, and chowder. Located on the water at Nanaquaket Pond, Evelyn’s Drive-In offers patio seating that provides its customers with a waterside view while they eat. Evelyn's Drive-In was featured on the Food Network's television show "Diners, Drive-ins and Dives" for its exceptional food.
  • Wally's Tap House and Grill, 13 Brayton Rd, (401) 624-1212. M-Th: 11am-11pm; F,Sa: 11am-1am; Su: 11am-11pm. Found at the corner of Brayton and Crandall Rd., Wally's is one of the only taverns in Tiverton. A relatively new addition, the sports-themed Wally's has become known for not just its pub food, but its fish and chips, pasta dishes, and desserts. This tavern has even been featured on the local news due to the fact that it was renamed after the owner's brother, who was a veteran and an avid Patriots fan. The fact that the owner built Wally's by hand adds to the charm of the tap house. $4-$20.

Little Compton:

  • Crowther's Restaurant, 90 Pottersville Rd, (401) 635-8367, [16]. M,Tu: 4pm-12am; W-Su: 12pm-12am. Crowther's Restaurant is known for its comfortable and inviting atmosphere and may surprise those who have not tried them in awhile. That combined with our exciting daily special menu and weekly events we have created an establishment that is up and coming and still continues to have that warm small town compfort you expect from Little Compton.
  • The Art Cafe, 7 South of Commons Rd, (401) 635-2169. The Art Cafe is a small coffee shop. Little trinkets are on display for sale.
  • Stone House, 122 Sakonnet Point Rd, (401) 635-2222, [17]. Centered on a robust menu of New England comfort food



  • Cupcake Charlies, 135 Swinburne Row, Brick Market Place, (401) 848-2253, [18]. M-Th: 11am-6pm; F,Sa,Su:11am-7pm. They offer many different types of cupcakes, all different designs and cake types. $4-$35.
  • Beluga Froyo, 217 Goddard Row, (401) 619-3991. Rhode Island's first self-serve, frozen yogurt shop, froyo, bottled water. Best froyo in Rhode Island, and smack in downtown Newport! Dog friendly patio.


  • Frosty Freez, 496 East Main Rd, (401) 846-1697, [19]. April 1st - September 30th at 11:30am-9pm. A great ice cream stand that has been open for about 50 yrs. Is a local tradition to visit when they open for the season and the line can wrap around the building.


  • The Moose Cafe, 1160 Stafford Rd, (401) 625-2442, [20]. The Moose Cafe is a little place to stop in for a variety of snacks or light meals. This quaint little shop offers everything from coffee and espresso drinks to over 300 flavors of gourmet soft serve ice cream. They also offer homemade treats such as "Moose Bars" and handmade ice cream cakes. This is a summer favorite for those who prefer soft serve ice cream over the traditional hard. Whether you're looking to have an informal lunch with friends by this cafe's fireplace, or want to take your family out for ice cream and sit at one of their outside patio tables, the Moose Cafe has something to offer you.
  • Helger's Ice Cream Shoppe, 2475 Main Rd, (401) 624-4560. Great little ice cream shop. A large assortment of flavors and types of frozen treats to order.



For complete listing visit Newport's page.

  • The Fastnet Pub, 1 Broadway, (401) 845-9311, [21]. This genuine Irish pub is easily the best place in Newport. They have live Irish music on Sundays, it's always full but not packed, and the service & ambiance are great.
  • O'Brien's Pub, 501 Thames St, (401) 849-6623, [22]. Newly renovated outside bar open seasonally. Outdoor patio includes plentiful seating and fountain, both dog and kid friendly. Kitchen offers a gluten free menu. Open year round serving pub-style food inside by the fire in the winter.


  • Chili's, 855 West Main St, (401) 848-9380, [23]. Similar to any other applebees. Can get drinks at their bar.


  • Island Tap, 568 Park Ave, (401) 683-9881. Just a local bar. Seems a bit outdated but it is one of the few bars in Portsmouth.


The Narragansett Cafe, 25 Narragansett Ave, (401) 423-2150, [24]. Great bar with live music every weekend. The weekend crowd is a mix of locals of all ages; visitors, sailors and motorcycle clubs. Good basic bar food: burgers, chili, sandwiches. Very casual. Never a cover charge.


There are no clubs or bars but can get drinks at Wally's Tap House.


There are no clubs or bars.

Get out

From Newport County you could go visit Narragansett in particular Galilee, a Fishing town where there are Ferries out to Block Island, or if you follow 138 you can end up in the campus of University of Rhode Island. Also you could go North and go up to Providence the capitol of Rhode Island where you can visit downtown and go to Water Fire at night or visit the Providence Place Mall. You could also visit Dartmouth (Massachusetts) where you can go shopping in the mall or the stores around.

Routes through Newport County
BostonFall River  N noframe S  PortsmouthEND
Fall RiverTiverton  N noframe S  North KinsgstownGriswold

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