Roger W. Wheeler State Beach, Narragansett

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Roger W. Wheeler State Beach (formerly and still sometimes referred to as Sand Hill Cove) is a state-operated recreation area on Block Island Sound in the town of Narragansett, Rhode Island, USA. It was named for Roger W. Wheeler, the founder of the Rhode Island State Life-Saving System. The area offers picnicking, ocean swimming, and a playground. Using our world travel planner, Narragansett attractions like Roger W. Wheeler State Beach can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Fantastic and very clean beach, not crowded for a hot August afternoon! I will definitely be returning here. 
    Fantastic and very clean beach, not crowded for a hot August afternoon! I will definitely be returning here.  more »
  • I’m usually not a beach fan but I have to say I enjoyed my time here. Not too crowded, large parking lot, clean bathrooms, calm waves, and a snack bar with many food options. My only complaint was I.....  more
    I’m usually not a beach fan but I have to say I enjoyed my time here. Not too crowded, large parking lot, clean bathrooms, calm waves, and a snack bar with many food options. My only complaint was I.....  more »
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  • Nice clean beach, with a huge parking lot, clean bath rooms and less crowd. Perfect to see the sunset. Dont forget to get some food from Aunt Carries nearby.
  • Haven't spent time beaching here but did get engaged here and it was magical

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