Surfside Narragansett Logo luxury waterfront living logo  


The Towers
The Towers were built in the late 1800s protecting the entrance to the Narragansett Pier Casino, which was the centerpiece of social activity among the many luxury hotels. Over the years, between fires, high winds and hurricanes, other buildings were wiped out, but the Towers remain. Considered Narragansett's good luck symbol, the Towers is now the focal point for concerts and special events, and its museum occupies the first floor.

South County Museum
The South County Museum's exhibits are open to the public from May through November. The museum also offers educational programs and historical arts workshops year-round. History Adventure Camps for young people are offered each summer.

Point Judith Lighthouse
This station was established in 1810 and the existing lighthouse was built in 1857. Other buildings still standing include an oil house, a fog signal building and a radio beacon building - all were built in the early 1900s. The grounds are open to the public during the day.

Fisherman’s Memorial State Park and Campground
Fishermen's State Park and Campground offers campers a 'surfside village' atmosphere where visitors will find neatly trimmed grass, tree lined paths, and activities for the whole family. Whether your looking for a place to pitch a tent and enjoy a camp fire, or park your R.V. and play some basketball or tennis, Fishermen's can accommodate you. One of Fishermen's most attractive features is its close proximity to popular State Beach areas like Scarborough, Roger Wheeler, and Salty Brine. The Park is also just 1 mile from the Block Island Ferry Dock and 15 minutes from scenic Newport.

Southland River Boat Cruises
The Southland Riverboat offers harbor tours, sightseeing cruises, sunset cruises, fall foliage cruises, boat charters, private charters and much more. Tour on an authentic flat-bottom riverboat, which can seat 149 passengers(boats are wheelchair accessible). A fourth of July cruise is available and allows a great view of the fireworks.