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Narragansett Rhode Island Real Estate

Welcome to… Narragansett

If living within arm’s reach of the ocean is important to you, Narragansett is where you’ll want to be. Located on the south shore of Rhode Island, Narragansett puts the “ocean” in Ocean State. The town is home to more than 16,000 year-round residents. From May through August, the population nearly doubles with summer residents and visitors.

Narragansett includes the areas of Bonnet Shores, Galilee, Great Island, Jerusalem (partially located in South Kingstown), Mettatuxet, Narragansett Pier, Point Judith and Sand Hill Cove, Salt Pond, Saunderstown (partially located in North Kingstown) and South Ferry.

Each area has unique attractions that are enjoyed by residents and visitors alike. Galilee is home to Salty Brine State Beach, a thriving seafood and fishing community, and the Block Island Ferry terminal. At the heart of the town are Narragansett Beach, the Towers and Pier Marketplace. Other beaches in Narragansett include Bonnet Shores Beach, Roger Wheeler State Beach (often referred to as Sand Hill Cove) and Scarborough Beach.

Narragansett has three schools: Narragansett Elementary School, Middle School and High School. The high school is ranked fourth-best in the state.

What they’re saying:

"Beautiful spot with plenty of local businesses and fun things to do year-round. It does get crowded with tourists in the summer, but it is so gorgeous it is not unexpected. The beach does give priority to residents, but they welcome everyone."
– Current resident,
"Narragansett is a beautiful place. It has some of the best beaches in the Northeast. Because of this, more and more tourists are around during the summer months. This can be overwhelming at times, but it definitely has more pros than cons."
– Current resident,
"All the restaurants in Narragansett are local, two having been on the show Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives (Aunt Carrie's and Crazy Burger). Both are absolutely delicious and I go there whenever I can!"
– Current resident,