Beavertail State Park

Photo: Beavertail State Park, Jamestown. S. Petrarca
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Winter is one of the best times to enjoy RI state parks! Whether you take in the natural beauty from your favorite trail, the shores of your go-to trout-stocked pond, or your special spot in your favorite RI State Park, be sure to keep cold weather safety tips in mind before venturing out.

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People lounging on beach blankets and chairs as lifeguards watch the water; A typical summer day at Salty Brine State Beach in Narragansett

Not a fan of cold weather?

 Now is the perfect time to buy your 2024 state beach season parking pass.

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The DEM Division of Parks manages over 8,200 acres of land, including parks, beaches, campgrounds, bike paths, historic sites, picnic areas, trails, athletic fields, dams, fishing access, and boat ramps.