The One Beach In Rhode Island Where You Can Drive Right Up To The Water

Rhode Island has miles and miles of stunning shoreline where beachgoers can find the perfect spot to lounge in the sun and frolic in the waves. All across the state, parking lots fill quickly and umbrellas, chairs, and coolers are carried over the dunes as we find a place to settle in for the day. But even the smallest state in the nation has a sandy stretch where you can actually drive right up to the water. East Beach has three miles of prime shoreline and is one of the most undeveloped seaside treasures in the state.

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Have you ever driven on this piece of unspoiled beach territory? What is your favorite Ocean State Beach? Many of them have some pretty peculiar names, click here to find out the meaning behind some of the strangest named Rhode Island beaches.