Dog Friendly Beaches in Rhode Island

Dog friendly beaches are heaven on earth for Fido. And since sandy paws equal happy dogs, we've sniffed out the best beaches in Rhode Island where dogs can run, swim, and frolic in the sand. Use the links/map below to find a dog-friendly beach in Rhode Island.

Pet Friendly Compass Rose Beach in North Kingstown, RI
Dogs welcome ON-leash. Picnic area adjacent to beach
Pet Friendly Sachuest Beach in Middletown, RI
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.
Pet Friendly Napatree Point Conservation Area in Westerly, RI
Dogs are welcome on the beach at Napatree Point Conservation Area during certain times of the year. They are prohibited from 8am to 6pm, May 2 through Labor Day. The rest of the year they are allowed, on-leash. Dogs are not allowed in roped off areas, as they are home to endangered species. Guests must clean up after Fido during their visit to Napatree. Waste bins are located at the entrance to the beach.
Pet Friendly Mohegan Bluffs in Block Island, RI
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.
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