Rhode Island


  • Camp at the Mystic KOA in North Stonington, CT  https://koa.com/campgrounds/mystic/
  • Camp at the Ashaway RV Resort in Bradford, RI This is a newer campground, with few trees for shade. But nice grounds, very nice pool and adult only hot tub, clean rest rooms and decent sized sites.  https://ashawayrvresort.com




  • Day trip to Newport to the Audrain Automobile Museum   https://audrainautomuseum.org   Great little car museum with fantastic displays. Tour in the morning.
  • Afternoon of the Newport day trip and go tour Fort Adams  https://fortadams.org  one of the largest forts in the country
  • The Newport Mansions are pretty amazing. Start with the breakers and buy a multi mansion pass.   https://www.newportmansions.org/explore/the-breakers  Save your pass as it often gives discounts or admission to other places too.
  • Take a walk on Newport’s Historic Cliff walk. Going along the ocean and in the back yards of a number of historic mansions see the breath taking views.  http://www.cliffwalk.com


  • The Roger Williams Zoo in Providence is a great place to enjoy the animals – https://www.rwpzoo.org and make sure to ride the Carosel  before you leave
  • Eat at the Cheesecake Factory in Providence after the zoo


  • Take another day and go north of Newport to Portsmouth, RI. Start with the Green Animals Topiary Garden   https://www.newportmansions.org/explore/green-animals-topiary-garden in the morning (your pass from the Breakers will get you in)
  • Then have lunch at Fieldstones Restaurant for a tasty treat
  • Next tour the Newport Car Museum and see some of the worlds most amazing cars. It’s worth the stop and a good follow up to the Audrain Car Museum.  https://newportcarmuseum.org  Then head back to camp

Galilee/Point Judith

  • Kayak the Point Judith Salt Pond in Galilee. Access the boat ramp on Great Island Road. Paddle to the right, away from the power boats. Watch seagulls dive in and come out with crabs. Boat launch and parking info: https://exploreri.org/siteReport.php?siteID=10&src=criteria
  • Have lunch at any of the sea food restaurants here.
  • Park and watch the boats come in and out or go to the Roger Wheeler State Beach  http://www.riparks.com/Locations/LocationRogerWheeler.html
  • If you reserve 6 months ahead of time, you can camp at the Fisherman’s Memorial Campground. I haven’t been yet, but hope to camp here some day.  http://www.riparks.com/Locations/LocationFishermens.html