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A picture-perfect town on the Rhode Island shore, Narragansett boasts surfable waves, farm-fresh foods, and famous architectural landmarks. Narragansett makes an ideal home base from which to explore the Ocean State and sits just a few miles from the wedding venue. 


Narragansett Town Beach

39 Boston Neck Rd

Narragansett, RI 02882

The Narragansett Town Beach is a gem, with soft sand, vigorous waves, and within walking distance of restaurants and the Towers. It's far from your only option, though. Scarborough State Beach in Narragansett is one of the state's most popular destinations, and Roger Wheeler State Beach and Salty Brine State Beach both offer a quieter vibe and calmer surf.

Point Judith Light

1460 Ocean Rd

Narragansett, RI 02882

The grounds of Narragansett's famous lighthouse are open to the public by day. Point Judith Light is still an active Coast Guard station, and you'll be chased away as the sun sinks, so arrive about an hour before sunset to see the beacon as the sky begins to color. The lighting at this time of day makes the cairns below the light appear even more magical.


Crazy Burger

144 Boon St
Narragansett, RI 02882

Celebrity Chef Guy Fieri helped put Crazy Burger on the map and the food is delicious. Lots of vegan options and a full breakfast menu is served until 4 pm. The restaurant is BYOBBAM (Bring Your Own Booze, By All Means!).

Aunt Carrie's

1239 Ocean Rd
Narragansett, RI 02882

Aunt Carrie's has been owned by the same family since 1920​ when Carrie and Ulysses Cooper decided they needed a permanent stand to meet the demands of her famous chowder and clam cakes. The fourth-generation still uses Carrie's corn fritter recipe as the basis for these famous clam cakes.


Casey Farm (c.1750)
2325 Boston Neck Rd 

Saunderstown, RI 02874

Open Saturdays, 8:30-12:30

Casey farm is located on the ancestral homeland of the Narragansett nation. In the eighteenth century, this property overlooking Narragansett Bay produced food for local and foreign markets. Today, farm managers raise organically grown produce for a CSA program and a weekly farmers’ market, including locally raised shellfish, baked goods, sweeteners, flowers, and more. 

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Black Point

Black Point 

Narragansett, RI 02882

Before you leave Narragansett, hike out to Black Point and check out the beautiful coastal views. There is a small parking area at the trailhead on Ocean Road, about three miles south of Narragansett Town Beach. An easy hike of less than a mile leads to this rocky spot on the coast where you can fish or picnic.

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