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Beaches

Dates and Hours

Beaches will be open (i.e. charging for parking) during the following dates/times:
Beginning May 28‐ Friday through Sunday
Beginning June 13‐ Monday‐Sunday (seven days a week)

2022 Parking Fees

Tiverton Residents (Season Pass)
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  • Car/Motorcycle - $10

  • R/V (Fogland Beach only) - $35

  • Veterans or Active Duty: Free pass

Notes: 

  • Each season pass includes one roll of town trash bags

  • Free season beach pass to residents who qualify for the free PAYT program
     

Non-Tiverton Residents (Day Passes)
This includes other RI residents and non-RI residents.

  • Cars/Motorcycles

    • Weekday - $10

    • - Weekend & Holidays -  $20

  • R/V (Fogland beach only) 

    • Weekday - $15

    • Weekend & Holidays - $35

Beach Rules

  • Dogs are NOT allowed on beaches during beach season. Dogs are allowed during off-season and in off-beach areas, but should be leashed.

  • Open fires are NOT allowed.

  • Persons using Tiverton beaches, or bathing, do so at their own risk.

  • No alcohol, glass containers, jet skis, boats, swimming during electrical storms, or boisterous play are permitted.

  • Surfboards and flotation devices are not allowed in roped off areas.

Facility Descriptions

Grinnell's Beach

  • Gate opens at 9 AM, closes at 10 PM.

  • Small, family-oriented beach on the Sakonnet River.

  • Easy access to the beach and facilities. Located off Main Road (Route 77), just south of the  Stone Bridge Pier, this small crescent of beach has a restroom facility and a lifeguard in the summer at a designated swimming area.

  • Fishing at adjacent Stone Bridge Pier.

  • Services: Restrooms, food & beverage service (seasonal), sun-shade pavilion.

  • Parking: Space for approximately 50 cars, including 2 handicapped parking spaces.
     

Fogland Beach

  • Gate opens at 9 AM, closes at 10 PM.

  • Larger beach located off Fogland Road/Three Rod Way. 

  • Provides an excellent windsurfing area and beautiful views of the Sakonnet River. Primary use: public beach. Other uses: fishing, kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding, wind-surfing, and kite-surfing.

  • Services: Restrooms, food & beverage vendors (seasonal), playground, picnic tables.
    Note: there are no trash receptacles so please; carry-in . . .carry-out.

  • Parking: Space for approximately 200 cars.