Salty Brine State Beach

Salty Brine State Beach


Location:Off Route 108 in Point Judith.
Facilities:Restrooms, coastal exhibit, observation area, beach.
Activities:Fishing, swimming.
Special Features:During the Revolutionary War, British ships frequently sailed through the natural breachway and anchored here. The pier and surrounding area has long been used by fishermen and is a favorite spot for those who enjoy watching the boats come and go.
Address:c/o Fishermen's Memorial State Park
1011 Point Judith Rd
Narragansett, RI 02882

Phone:401-789-3563
Web: www.riparks.com/saltybrine.htm
Size: 1 acre.

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Salty Brine State Beach and Roger Wheeler State Beach had the least out-of-state visitors, with 24.1% and 26.5 % respectively.