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Warwick Neck Lighthouse, Warwick

#17 of 25 in Things to do in Warwick
Lighthouse · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Warwick Neck is a part of the City of Warwick, Rhode Island, United States. This section of city was first settled in 1660s and played a prominent part of the early history of Rhode Island including colonist skirmishes with the native American chief called King Philip. The area is a peninsular into Narragansett Bay and was the site where colonists launched raids against the British stationed in Newport RI. The area was also believed to be active site for bootleg activities during the Prohibition period.
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  • I took my wife to enjoy the sunset but the lighthouse was not accessible. I thought about parking my car and go for a walk by the water but the nearby areas are all residential.  more »
  • I used to ride my bike here and picnic on the rocks around the lighthouse. The lighthouse has been fenced off for years now, so you can only see it from the dead end road - no direct accessibility...  more »
  • It was cool to see. Its just fenced off by the Coast Guard
  • Waste of 1 hour drive!! Blocked off by Coast guard.
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