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"Recently our family traveled to Asheville, N.C. for my daughters wedding. We were strapped for cash, but needed a nice place to stay and prepare for the weekend events. You led us to a cabin called Jamies House owned by Brad and Katherine Stevens. It was perfect! The cost was reasonable and the place was comfortable as well as furnished with all our needs. The owners were super nice also. Thank you for helping make this blessed weekend a success!"Deborah Poston
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Rhode Island Travel Vacation Guide

Rhode Island


Rhode Island Vacation Rentals

Rhode Island will provide you with every kind of accommodation you are looking for. From a secluded, home-like Rhode Island beach rental, a cozy Rhode Island vacation home to a beautiful Rhode Island summer rental - this state offers endless lodging possibilities.

Things to do in Rhode Island

Known as the Ocean State, Rhode Island offers more than a thousand miles of coastline making it the perfect summer destination full of recreational activities. Quaint fishing villages, excellent seafood and popular beach resorts characterize Rhode Island guaranteeing an unforgettable family vacation. Read on to find out about the exciting things to do in Rhode Island.

Providence

Known as the Renaissance city, Providence is the largest city of Rhode Island, famous for its high quality jewelry. Some of the city's most skilled silversmiths produce fine jewelry perfect for a souvenir for your loved one. With a Providence bed and breakfast as a base, travelers can explore the city's historic downtown and admire numerous Victorian-style buildings or visit Westminster Arcade, the oldest enclosed shopping mall in US.

Big Blue Bug

Also known as Nibbles Woodaway, the Big Blue Bug is a giant termite mascot located along the highway in Providence. This huge bug was constructed in 1980 and is 9 feet tall and 58 feet long. It is without doubt one of the state's landmarks featured in shows such as The Today Show and The Oprah Winfrey Show. Numerous Rhode Island lodgings can be found in the neighborhood at affordable rates.

Coastal Nature Trails

Miles of coastal landscape characterize Rhode Island giving travelers access to beautiful barrier beaches, coastal ponds and freshwater wetlands. Many nature trails are available for those who decide to stay at a Rhode Island waterfront rental. Hundreds of species of wildlife, Rhode Island's coastline fortifications and lighthouses dot this area providing tourists with great settings to observe the state's nature.

Block Island Heritage Trail Rhode Island may be the smallest state in the nation, but continues surprising tourists with its wide array of historical attractions. Located only 12 miles off the Rhode Island shore, Block Island is a small seaside resort that charms travelers with its green rolling hills, dramatic Mohegan Bluffs and elegant Rhode Island inns. The Old Harbor, Southeast Lighthouse and Rodman's Hollow are some of the island's points of interest worth visiting.

Narragansett Bay

Situated in the very center of Rhode Island, Narragansett Bay is a beautiful destination famous for its varied recreational opportunities. Sailing, boating, kayaking and seal watching are just some of many activities to be enjoyed in the area. Travelers staying at a RI vacation rental can also enjoy historic villages, waterfront restaurants and shopping districts.

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