Point Judith Fishing Boats.
The octagonal Point Judith Light, built of brownstone in 1857.
Charlestown's Quonnie Beach.
Weekapaug Beach in Westerly.
Sunset at East Matunuck State Beach.
Watch Hill gazebo overlooking harbor.
A sandy path leads to the crescent-shaped Napatree Point Beach in Westerly.
Sunrise over Watch Hill Harbor.
Boats stacked at Scarborough State Beach in Narragansett.
Watch Hill Lighthouse in Westerly built in 1856.
A bench is the perfect spot to take in the scene at Scarborough Beach.
A colorful sail on Quonnie Pond.
A coin operated viewfinder at Scarborough Beach in Narragansett.
Black Point is also a favorite spot for fishing.
Headed home after a day spent riding the waves at Quonnie Beach in Charlestown.
A young explorer at Quonnie Breachway.
Narragansett Town Beach is one of the state's most popular.
Picnickers on Black Point in Narragansett.
The porch at Ocean House in Watch Hill looking out to East Beach.
Ocean House, in Watch Hill, is a magnificent recreation of the original 19th-century resort hotel.
All photos/art by Nat Rea
From quiet fishing spots to bustling Scarborough Beach, the coastline that makes up the region known as South County in Rhode Island holds something for everyone.
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