Explore Rhode Island

Blackstone Valley

Northern Rhode Island is home to Blackstone Valley, the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution. Blackstone Valley’s historical roots combined with ample arts offerings and festivals, unique restaurants, and varied attractions make it an ideal spot for a wide range of visitors.

Block Island

Block Island, an 11-square-mile seaside resort located 12 miles off the Rhode Island coast, has been heralded as "One of the Last Twelve Great Places in the Western Hemisphere." Its rolling green hills and dramatic bluffs are reminiscent of Ireland, while its beautifully restored Victorian hotels and inns preserve the elegance of a bygone era.

Newport & Bristol Counties

For more than 375 years, Newport has been welcoming visitors from near and far, which is how this charming coastal enclave earned its moniker “America’s First Resort.” Barrington, Bristol, Jamestown, Little Compton, Middletown, Newport, Portsmouth, Tiverton and Warren are equally unique and boast remarkable histories all surrounded by quintessential, small town New England charm.

South County

Experience South County’s good nature, where you are invited to unplug and unwind, South County style. Make 20 unspoiled sandy beaches your backyard vacationland, with a South County sunrise being your only wake-up call. 


Warwick offers a variety of hotels to choose from, amenities galore and its convenient location in the center of RI, makes it the perfect choice for your leisure or business travel needs.