The Hidden Beach In Rhode Island With Clear Waters That Rival The Caribbean

If you’re looking for a great beach day in Rhode Island, it’s tempting to head straight to one of the popular spots right on the Atlantic. The white sand and tumbling waves at these beaches are always a big draw for both locals and tourists alike. But not far from those coastal hotspots is a lesser-known inland beach with clear waters that offers something a little different than the big name locales. Ninigret Park is home to Little Nini Pond and may be as close to the Carribean (in a small scale way) as you can find in New England.

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Have you ever taken a dip at this wonderful swimming hole? Charlestown is full of exciting spots to visit especially if you’re an outdoor lover. Read more here.