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Teams are required to book hotel rooms using our hotel booking agency using the following link: CLICK HERE for information on local lodging options. http://www.halperntravel.com/event/seaside-classic-2018
Rhode Island is a beautiful location with so much to see and do. Use these links to find out what attractions are happening locally throughout Rhode Island:
South County Beaches
The South Kingstown, Narragansett and Charlestown areas have some of the nicest sandy beaches. Most within 15 minutes of URI and Ninigret Park. The RI State Beach system provides an economical day visit rate and features four beaches in these three towns: Charlestown State Beach in Charlestown, Matunuck State Beach in Wakefield, and Sand Hill Cove and Scarborough State Beaches in Narragansett. As an alternative, the South Kingstown Town Beach also provides a beautiful beach on the ocean, directly south of Tuckertown down Rte 110. You can't go wrong with any of these beaches.
South County Tourism Council - www.SouthCountyRI.com
Enjoy South County's breathtakingly beautiful coastline and 100 miles of beautiful beaches ... explore the picturesque and serene countryside containing miles of hiking and biking trails ... take advantage of great fresh and salt water fishing, camping, canoeing, kayaking, sailing, surfing, skiing, snowboarding, horseback riding, birding and more!
Newport & Bristol County Convention & Visitor's Bureau - www.GoNewport.com
Home to spectacular coastal scenery, awe-inspiring architecture, a thriving waterfront downtown, and welcoming hospitality, Newport, Rhode Island is considered by many to be a shining gem in the coastal crown of New England. From weekend getaways spent touring the famed Gilded Age mansions that once were the summer playground for socialite families with names like Astor and Vanderbilt to an afternoon of wine tasting through Newport's three scenic vineyards, the options for interesting activities, distinctive stories, and enticing photo opportunities are countless!
Providence Warwick Convention & Visitors Bureau - www.GoProvidence.com
A unique blend of historic New England town and hip, sophisticated city, Providence, Rhode Island is known for its nationally acclaimed culinary scene, arts and culture, and rich history. The city once again scored big in Travel + Leisure magazine's annual "America's Favorite Cities" poll, and was hailed as one of the top three food cities in the country. Providence’s restaurants specialize in a variety of cuisines, but it’s most famous for its Italian food, with the Federal Hill section of Providence named "One of the Five Best Little Italys in the U.S." by celebrity Chef Mario Batali.
Just an hour from Boston and three hours from New York City, Providence is both easy to get to and easy to get around in. Rhode Island's other scenic and diverse regions are also just a short drive away. Visit GoProvidence.com to plan your visit now.
Providence is never more than a 30-minute drive from anywhere in the state - from the beaches of Narragansett to the City-by-the-Sea, Newport, to the farms and bucolic beauty of Northwestern Rhode Island.
Providence is becoming a hotspot for both business and leisure travelers with more than 2,200 moderately priced hotel rooms, the Providence Place Mall, the Rhode Island Convention Center and a rich theater and cultural scene.
Rhode Island Travel Planner - www.visitrhodeisland.com
Rhode Island Tourism Division provides an expansive website for planning your Rhode Island visit. Rhode Island may be small, but it packs a cultural and scenic punch. Within Rhode Island's borders is one of the largest concentrations of historic landmarks in the nation, a vibrant arts and cultural scene, miles of pristine coastline and some of the most acclaimed dining establishments in the country.