Scarborough State Beach Scarborough State Beach is Rhode Island’s most popular and well known beach. Developed in 1937, this 26 acre facility located on Ocean Road in Narragansett has approximately 2,325 feet of beach frontage. It has long been known as the principal destination for a "day at the beach" for thousands of Rhode Islanders over the years.
Roger Wheeler State Beach
Roger Wheeler State Beach Named for the man who developed the Rhode Island State Life-Saving System, Roger Wheeler State Beach is also known locally as Sand Hill Cove Beach. Protected from Block Island Sound by an extensive breakwater barrier, this is a popular beach for young children and families due to gentle surf as this beach is fully.
Salty Brine State Beach
Salty Brine State Beach Salty Brine State Beach is a sandy and clean beach with gentle surf as this beach is also fully protected from Block Island Sound by an extensive breakwater barrier. Formerly known as Galilee State Beach, Salty Brine State beach was dedicated in 1990 to Rhode Island's most widely recognized radio personality, Salty Brine.