Westerly Beaches

Westerly Town Beach
365 Atlantic Avenue
Westerly, RI 02891
 
The Westerly Town Beach is located on the beautiful sandy shore of the Atlantic Ocean, adjacent to Misquamicut State Beach.  A staple for residents for generations, the beach grants access to the idyllic New England coastline for fun in the sun with family and friends. 
 
To obtain a Westerly Town Beach parking sticker, you must be a Westerly Town Resident or taxpayer and bring the following information in person to the Westerly Town Hall: Drivers License, Registration of the car you will drive to the beach, and proof of property ownership.

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For more information and event schedule, visit the Westerly Recreation Department. 

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Wuskenau Beach
311 Atlantic Avenue
Westerly, RI 02891
 
The Wuskenau Beach is a town owned public beach that is available for access both by the day and seasonally.  The facility is open 7 days a week and day parking rates are based upon weather and time of year. 
 
For more information and event schedule, visit the Westerly Recreation Department.

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Misquamicut State Beach
257 Atlantic Avenue
Westerly, RI 02891
One of New England’s most beloved and popular beaches, Misquamicut State Beach calls Westerly home.  The modern bathing pavilion features concessions, outside showers, and composting toilets making a day at the beach easy and fun.  During the sunny summer season, lifeguards are on duty from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.  The state beach is the perfect way to enjoy the beautiful southern Rhode Island shoreline.
 
 
For additional information, please visit the Rhode Island Parks website

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Watch Hill
151 Bay Street
Westerly, RI 02891
 
Located on the southwestern most point of Rhode Island, Watch Hill is a historical gem that we are proud to have in our community.  The Watch Hill Lighthouse offers a beautiful focal point amongst the sandy shores of one of the most popular beaches in the area.  The area is a haven for bird watching, surf casting, and photography.