Make big plans in the smallest state in the United States! With over 400 miles of coastline, it's no wonder Rhode Island is nicknamed "The Ocean State." Visit South County Beach and enjoy cool ocean breezes while viewing the ocean-front mansions. The outdoor enthusiast can enjoy kayaking down Blackstone River or biking through the 14.5 miles of the East Bay Bike Path to enjoy scenic views of the New England State.
Rhode Island is filled with a rich history that is documented in many forms. Providence's "Mile of History" is a collection of 18th and 19th century buildings on the East side—the largest collections of buildings on the National Register of Historic Places. You can also watch a mock colonial battle or visit the some of the first religious buildings; the first Baptist Church of America, the first Quaker meeting house, and the first Jewish house of worship.