Travel in Rhode Island

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Rhode Island Travel

It may be the smallest state in the union, but Rhode Island is robust when it comes to play and relaxation. “Little Rhody” is a great place to enjoy the mystique of the ocean, the pristine natural environment, and the various activities and events happening in this busy little state. Look for travel tips, activities and accommodations suited to help you experience the many offerings of “The Ocean State.”

Travel in Rhode Island

Stay in one place or venture all over Rhode Island in no time. No matter what your inclination is—from the nooks and crannies to mainstream activities—travel through Rhode Island with ease with these first-rate travel ideas.

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  • Rhode Island is bordered on the north and east by Massachusetts and on the west by Connecticut.
  • The relatively flat geography of “The Ocean State” is home to more than 400 miles of beautiful beaches. Sites in this section can help you determine if beaches are private or public.

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Where to Stay in Rhode Island

Rhode Island is a compact state with an abundance of lodging. In this section, find lodgings suited to your budget and comfort level.

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  • The snug logistics of Rhode Island make it easy to explore and sample different accommodations in different towns and cities.
  • Get a taste of the local flavor in Rhode Island by staying in unique lodging. Aside from hotels and motels, consider idiosyncratic accommodations, such as campgrounds, lodges, inns and lighthouses.

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Getting Around Rhode Island

Make the most of your time in Rhode Island by mapping out an efficient travel plan. Find the best routes and travel arrangements in this section and make your trip smooth and enjoyable.

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  • T.F. Green Airport in Warwick is Rhode Island’s only major airport. If you’re flying, you can also fly into Boston’s Logan International Airport, which is less than 60 miles from Providence. Also consider taking Amtrak to other Rhode Island cities.

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