Sachuest Point National Wildlife Refuge
GOOD FOR: All Ages
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Source:Submitted by klmccabe1
Address:41.479652, -71.243998
Hours:Trails, sunrise to sunset; Visitor Center, daily, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Fee: none
Contact:

http://www.fws.gov/sachuestpoint/

Bathrooms: Bathrooms inside Visitor Center.
Water/Snacks: Water fountain inside Visitor Center.

Three-plus miles of seaside trails, observation towers to climb, views, two beautiful beaches nearby, and rocks galore to climb on!

Three-plus miles of seaside trails, observation towers to climb, views, two beautiful beaches nearby, and rocks galore to climb on! Hours of fun outdoors by the sea, with a convenient Visitor's Center nearby with a water fountain and bathrooms. The main trail is connected to small footpaths that meander down to the water, where fishing (permit required) is popular, spotting harbor seals is a possibility, and there is the opportunity to watch the waves crash on the rocks.

Where to Eat Nearby:

Aquidneck Pizza, Atlantic Grille



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