The Beautiful Campgrounds of Rhode Island

Camping by the Shore

East State Beach, located in Charlestown, Rhode Island takes up three miles of prime beach shoreline. This barrier beach and 20 site campground location offers 3 miles of undeveloped beach frontage. Enjoy swimming in the ocean, fishing or exploring at this beautiful camping area by the water, this is an RV site only.

A True Hiking and Camping Experience

George Washington Campground, located in Chepachet, RI offers a wide-range of activities including camping at one of the five tent platform sites that require a .6 mile hike in through the Angell Loop trail. Campers can carry all of their necessities to enjoy a true getaway in the woods and along with 4000 acres at George Washington Management Area on the shores of Bowdish Reservoir. This campground is additionally great for hiking, both moderate and difficult levels, trails, swimming, biking, boating and canoeing. Group camping and pets are welcome!

Camping by the Lake

Echo Lake is located in Burrillville, RI and features 14 primitive camping sites and 15 tent camp sites. Family-owned and operated since 1952, this campground offers picnic tables, a camp store, and firewood. Other amenities include beaches for supervised swimming, waterskiing, sailing, boating and fishing. There are also 250 wooded acres with steams and winding trails for hikers to explore.

Sleep in a Cabin and Explore Nature at its Best

Burlingame Campground is situated next to Watchaug Pond in Charlestown, RI. This spacious campground features 700 rustic campsites, as well as 20 cabins, hiking trails, canoe rentals, boating and swimming. The Audubon Society operates the nearby Kimball Wildlife Sanctuary, a 29 acre property located on the southern shore of Watchaug Pond. The Sanctuary abuts Burlingame State Park and trails lead from the campground to the sanctuary. Throughout the year, educational and fun programs are held for birders, families and anyone who wants to learn more about the natural world.

A Seaside Village with a Local Farmer’s Market

Fishermen’s State Park offers campers a ‘seaside village’ atmosphere where visitors will find neatly trimmed grass, tree lined paths, and activities for the whole family. Whether campers are looking for a place to pitch a tent and enjoy a campfire, or park your R.V. and play some basketball or tennis, Fishermen’s can accommodate everyone. One of Fishermen’s most attractive features is its close proximity to popular State Beach areas like Scarborough, Roger Wheeler, and Salty Brine. The Park is also just 1 mile from the Block Island Ferry Dock if campers are interested in taking advantage of other great hiking opportunities in Rhode Island. Additionally, there is a Farmer’s Market with local vendors every Sunday from 9 to 1 featuring cold-brew coffee, locally grown produce and freshly pressed juices.

A Cozy Setting for Team Building and Meeting Friends

Alton Jones Campground in West Greenwich, RI, primarily hosts’ over-night camping 6 day, 5 night adventures for exploration of the natural environment and outdoor sports. Alton Jones can accommodate youth or adult groups for conferences, retreats or team building exercise. Visitors can find solace in a cozy cabin or screen house with bunk beds and a private lakefront and have access to Lake Eisenhower where they can canoe or relax by the lake. There are also multiple outdoor activities to choose from including volleyball, bocce ball or even horseshoes.

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