Dog Friendly Beaches in Wakefield, RI

There are 7 dog friendly beach within 20 miles of Wakefield. Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Wakefield.

Pet Friendly Compass Rose Beach
Compass Rose Beach Dogs welcome ON-leash. Picnic area adjacent to beach See Details
Pet Friendly Sachuest Beach
Sachuest Beach Sachuest Point Town Beaches are pet-friendly with restrictions. During peak season, which is Memorial Day to Labor Day, you can take leashed dogs to the beach from 5:00am to 7:45am. During off season, you can take them any time. The Rhode Island National Wildlife Refuge sections are not pet-friendly, in order to preserve the local animal populations. See Details
Mohegan Bluffs Walk along the Block Island Heritage Trail with your pup to the stunning Mohegan Bluffs. Rising approximately 200 feet above the sea and stretching on for nearly three miles, the bluffs will provide you with unforgettable views and photo opportunities. There is a staircase to make the ascent and descent easier for humans and canines alike. Just make sure your pup is leashed at all times. You can find a trailhead at Spring Street & Mohegan Trail. See Details
Block Island Beaches Of all the beaches down Corn Neck Road, the only one that did not allow dogs was the Fred Benson Town Beach, which is where the changing rooms, showers and concessions are. All other beaches allow leashed dogs, and are an easy walk from the Town Beach -- in fact, all the beaches are connected! This allows for a lot of options. Watch for signs, as when protected bird species are mating beach access may be limited for both dogs and humans. See Details
Narragansett Town Beach Narragansett Town Beach is pet-friendly. Dogs are allowed on-leash in the off-season from September 16 to May 14. Dog owners are reminded to clean up any mess that is left behind to preserve the cleanliness of the beach. See Details
Point Judith: Camp Cronin Fishing Access Camp Cronin is a pet-friendly gem in RI where you and Fido can sit on a quiet beach, walk along the rocks or pick a fishing spot with a view of the Point Judith Lighthouse. See Details
Blue Beach Blue Beach is a popular coastal spot which welcomes dogs and is located in North Kingstown, RI. A 0.5 mile trail takes you from Blue Beach parking lot on Circuit Drive to a wide open beach. Fido must be leashed on the short trail which is ideal for walking and seeing wildlife. Endless fun awaits Fido on the sea and sandy oasis which is Blue Beach. See Details