Try Your Hand at Polo
Experience the beach a new way. Ride horseback while playing one or Rhode...Read More
Imagine paddling through either of the kettle ponds at the head of the watershed or the salt marsh area of the John. H. Chafee National Wildlife Refuge. As you explore the tidal flats and estuary, witness firsthand what resides in the watershed formed by the ice age 19,000 years ago and what makes it so unique. Hear about past, present and future concerns for the watershed and efforts being made to preserve the ecosystem. Lunch on local seafood fare such as littlenecks, stuffies, lobster and fish & chips at Twin Willows. Brickley's Ice Cream is nearby, too, should your sweet tooth be acting up.
For information call:
South County Tourism Council
401-789-4422 or 800-548-4662