Although the state is not an island, salty bays and sounds are omnipresent here, lending a maritime air to many Rhode Island campgrounds. Nautical Newport showcases upscale seaside living with a world of opulent century-old mansions, yachting regattas and music festivals. Narragansett Bay cleaves deep inland to the state’s capital, Providence, inspiring waterfront parks and walkways, while gondolas ply the waterways downtown. Ferries lead to Block Island, a popular getaway beloved for its fragile ecosystem of high bluffs, dunes and saltwater ponds.
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