Narragansett is in South County, Rhode Island. It includes the beach villages of Galilee, Scarborough, Point Judith, and Bonnet Shores. Families and students enjoy Narragansett especially in the summer because beaches are so close! After spending all day in the sun, there are many restaurants to sit down, relax, have some drinks, and eat some good food while hearing the ocean waves hit the shore.
Narragansett history in a nutshell - the bay and town took the name of the Indian nation that lived in Rhode Island, the name means "people of a small, narrow place." Point Judith and Galilee were inhabited primarily by farmers and people in the fishing industry. Today Narragansett is home to shops, beaches, restaurants and marinas. The town is scarcely 20 miles long and less than 2 miles wide.
* South County Museum, Strathmore Street.
* Narragansett Towers, 35 Ocean Road.
* Point Judith Lighthouse.
* Newton Rocks, Take Ocean Rd. to Newton Avenue.
* Indian Head, One of the most famous landmarks in Narragansett is a HUGE wooden sculpture of a Narragansett Indian head.
* Narrow River.
* Pettaquamscutt Cove National Wildlife Refuge.
* Narragansett Town Beach, 77 Boston Neck Road.
* Bonnet Shores Beach, 175 Bonnet Point Rd.
* Scarborough State Beach, 870-970 Ocean Road.
* Roger Wheeler State Beach, 100 Sand Hill Cove Road.
* Salty Brine State Beach, 254 Great Island Road.
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