Misquamicut State Beach, Westerly

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Misquamicut State Beach is a seaside public recreation area in the town of Westerly, Rhode Island. It occupies a portion of Misquamicut Beach, a 3-mile-long (4.8 km) barrier island that extends westward from Weekapaug to Watch Hill and separates Winnapaug Pond from the Atlantic Ocean. The state beach covers 51 acres (21 ha) and features a large beach pavilion with multiple public facilities.
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  • This beach is a hidden gem. There is an area that is available to the public with a parking pass. Or, take advantage of walking or riding a bicycle. While this beach area is set up for tourism, it is....  more »
  • Nice expansive beach with plenty of parking and facilities. Always well maintained and a pleasant visit.  more »
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  • One of the best maintained beaches I’ve been to. Love that there are cold showers for rinsing off as well as warm showers for only a dollar. I love the snack bar and the fact that they use speakers to alert patrons of anything. This is one of the few beaches I don’t mind paying to get into because of how well the area is maintained.
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