Rhode Island may be America’s smallest state, but it’s BIG on charm.
And natural beauty. The local food is great, too. Trust me...I grew up in Little Rhody.
Are you planning a trip to Rhode Island? If so, you’re in for a treat. And the Rhode Island Travel Handbook can help you with all the details...
View from the porch of the Surf Hotel (Block Island, Rhode Island)
If you love the water, you’ll find plenty of it in Rhode Island. Even though the state is only 48 miles long, it has 400 of miles of shoreline along both Narragansett Bay and the Atlantic Ocean.
That means that you’re always just minutes from one of the state’s scenic beaches, a picturesque coastline drive or a restaurant with a fabulous water view.
Speaking of restaurants, you’re going to love the food in Rhode Island. From fresh, just-caught seafood to Italian dishes made from old family recipes...and everything in between.
And don’t forget to save room for dessert, because Rhode Island is the place to go if you love homemade ice cream!
Map of some popular tourist destinations in Rhode Island
Before going on any trip, I spend a lot of time researching hotels, restaurants and activities...and if I can find some bargains along the way, even better!
The Rhode Island Travel Handbook will have all of that information…and more:
So, grab your favorite beverage and start browsing through the Rhode Island Travel Handbook. I hope it helps you plan a Rhode Island vacation that brings lasting memories to you and your loved ones.
Thanks for visiting!