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Fishermen's Memorial State Park, Narragansett, RI

Submitted by gsnakehill

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gsnakehill - I RV camped there in September 2005.

Campground Review

This is an excellent campground with an ocean breeze. Clamming is near by, and one can ride a bike down to the small fishing village Galilee to buy clams and lobsters, go to the beach, or take the ferry over to Block Island. It is almost impossible to get a reservation for this park in June, July and August. There are many beaches near by. There are some sites not taken, but call first. In May, the early part of June, September, and October you can find a site with no reservations during the week and some weekends. I would still call first to see how many sites are available. There is a big RV area with sewers that has an open look that looks out over a very pretty inlet, but the other camping loop is private with trees, electricity and water. There are tennis courts available and playing fields. Out of state residents pay $35 for electric, water and sewage and $25 for just electric and water. If you can get in, it is a beautiful state campground.

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