There are endless ways to explore Rhode Island. Full of Rich culture, architectural heritage, amazing scenery, and delightful cuisine, it can be challenging to narrow your path to fun. Traveling in Rhode Island leads you to treasures awaiting you at every corner. The state has numerous ocean beaches with miles of stunning vistas which make Rhode Island a great destination to relax by the surf, build a sandcastle, or stroll the beach looking for shells. Surrounded by water, it's no surprise that seafood is the most popular dish with cold water lobster topping the charts. Fishing in Rhode Island is the leading sport so you'll find plenty of areas to charter a boat for off shore expeditions or inshore fishing. From shore to shore, fresh and salt water, you'll find all the fishing your heart desires.
Rhode Island is also a playground for the young and young at heart. A visit to the Roger Williams Park & Zoo is a must. This 430-acre Victorian park consists of walks, outdoor gardens, waterways, museums and of course the zoo. A tour of Casey Farm in Saunderstown provides history as well as a look into rural life. This working farm features livestock and tours of historic farm buildings. For the golfer, Rhode Island is home to some of the finest golf courses in New England and some are located along the oceanfront. Rhode Island consists of 46,000 acres of public lands which are available for hunting and fishing. Hunting opportunities include white-tailed deer, wild turkey, pheasant, dove, waterfowl, and small game. No matter what your vacation dreams are, you're sure to find plenty of options to make them come true in Rhode Island.