Rhode Island might be known as the Ocean State due to its amazing beaches and stunning islands, but it also has some pretty great rivers. Take a look at these 12 beautiful rivers flowing through Rhode Island.
1. Pawcatuck River
This amazing 34 mile river is located in Southern Rhode Island and Connecticut. There are 8 stunning dams and various riverside hiking trails along its banks.
2. Wood River
Wood River is an amazing and massive river. It is 53 miles long and feeds into the Pawcatuck River. This beauty can be found in both Connecticut and Rhode Island.
3. Chipuxet River
The 8.5 miles of the Chipuxet River account for the majority of the University of Rhode Island's drinking water. There are 2 dams found in this river and it can be found from Exeter to South Kingstown.
4. Pawtuxet River
The Pawtuxet River is a beautiful little river flowing 12.3 miles across West Warwick, Cranston, and Warwick Rhode Island. Before flowing into the Providence River, there is a series of "little falls" to be enjoyed in charming Pawtuxet Village.
5. Woonasquatucket River
This river is rich in history and played a major role in the Industrial Revolution. The 15.8 mile stretch of river can be enjoyed in the northern part of the state.
6. Moshassuck River
This 8.9 mile river flows between Lincoln and Providence. There are amazing views to be taken in all along its route.
7. Ten Mile River
Flowing from Massachusetts into Rhode Island, the Ten Mile River is a beautiful river. Much of its 22 mile stretch are stocked with trout for some wonderful New England fishing.
8. Blackstone River
This 54 mile river might be the most famous among all the Rhode Island rivers. It played an essential role in the Industrial Revolution and has dozens of historic sites to enjoy along its banks. It can be found in both Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
9. Providence River
This tidal river adds to the wonder and beauty of Providence. Though relatively small in size at 8 miles, this river has been prone to magical sitings of dolphins and other aquatic life who somehow wander into the city.
10. Warren River
This tidal extension to the Palmer River can be enjoyed in Bristol and Warren. It's 4 miles in length and home to some of the state's best fishing.
11. Barrington River
The 4 miles of the Barrington River give way to wonderful kayaking trips and hiking trails.
12. Sakonnet River
The stunning Sakonnet River flows between Mount Hope Bay and the Rhode Island Sound. Wonderful vineyards, farms, and other amazing attractions can be enjoyed along its 14 mile stretch. It's also home to the Sakonnet River Bridge, a beautiful site connecting the towns of Tiverton and Portsmouth.