Salty Brine State Beach, Narragansett

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Beach · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Salty Brine State Beach is a public recreation area occupying slightly more than one acre (0.40 ha) of ocean shore in the village of Galilee, town of Narragansett, Rhode Island. Established in 1954 as Galilee State Beach, it was renamed in 1990 to honor Salty Brine, a Rhode Island radio and television personality. The area offers ocean swimming and saltwater fishing. A 2,800-square-foot (260 m2) beach pavilion and boardwalk were added to the facility in 2010.
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  • This was a nice walk from our Galilee cottage. There was ample space, good views, clean restrooms and services.  more »
  • After walking the beaches, one can explore the stores, marina and try various pastries or ice cream. Don't forget to bring your ice cooler with you when buying live lobsters & other seafood off those....  more »
  • Absolutely love this beach! One of my fav places to go during hot summer days and such beautiful scenery especially with boats and ferries passing through.
  • GREAT...tiny beach !! We watched the boats come and go!! Easy beach for my grand babies!!

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