Scarborough Beach - Narragansett Rhode Island Aerial!
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Abandoned Windswept Estate - Narragansett, Rhode Island
The Abandoned Windswept Estate in Narragansett, Rhode Island. This is the old stone building located on Scarborough beach.
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If you do choose to visit this spot, please be respectful of the property. With urban exploring, you should leave only footprints and take only photos.
The history of the stone ruins between Scarborough State Beach and Black Point is a local mystery. There appears to be only a small amount of written record about the property and what I am presenting here is a collection of conversations with local residents, period newspaper articles and books that have references to the house and families that owned the home. The house in some sources is referred to as Windswept and others as Scarborough.
Waves at Scarborough Beach in Narragansett, RI
I chase a seagull away a few times in this video lol
Father son day at Scarborough beach Narragansett RI
Tillinghast walk - Rhode Island
A fun afternoon hike with a stop at a small stream.
walking around a little town in Rhode Island
as the title says c:
Scarborough Beach Rhode Island August 2, 2015
8 Best Tourist Attractions in Rhode Island USA
Rhode Island is a state located in the New England region of the United States. It is bordered by Connecticut to the west, Massachusetts to the north and east, and the Atlantic Ocean to the south via Rhode Island Sound and Block Island Sound. It also shares a small maritime border with New York. The capital and most populous city of Rhode Island is Providence.
NKHS -Fit For Life- *BoldrDash* Scarborough Beach Rhode Island May 2014
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South Kingstown Town Beach
Monitoring Rhode Island's beaches
Scarborough beach in Narragansett has been ordered closed to swimming by state officials due to high bacteria levels found in the water.
Hiking at Black Point in Narragansett, Rhode Island (Cinematic Trailer)
Black Point, in Narragansett Rhode Island, is one of our all time favorite hiking spots. It is a beautiful hike that features many different views ranging from forest, rocky oceanside, old ruins, to a sandy beach. The trail is about 1.5 miles long and ends at Scarborough Beach with a gorgeous view of the Point Judith lighthouse. The trail is officially known as the Malcolm Grant Trail and was recently improved with an elderly-friendly extension that is ADA compliant for wheelchair access. It's a family-friendly hiking spot that everyone can enjoy. As you walk you may see others bird-watching, fishing, and walking dogs.
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RI beaches named Best in New England
Yankee Magazine has just picked South County's beaches as the best tourist destination in New England!
Drone video in Rhode Island at the beach
It was very windy
Rhode Island Real Estate & Beach House
A wonderful house on the market by Waterfront Properties. The possibilities are endless when it comes to land and homes in the beautiful state of Rhode Island. Contact: Waterfront Properties and Country Homes (401)-364-3075
RI Hidden Location: Silver Spring Lake Via Phantom 4
New Series! I go around finding hidden locations that you might not have adventured to in Rhode Island. First up... Silver Spring Lake. This lake features a vast amount of fish to catch along with a beautiful Landscape. Feel free to like, comment, or subscribe! Thanks!
Bill body surfing at East Matunuck Beach.
East Coast Greenway | Wikipedia audio article
This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article:
00:01:02 1 History
00:05:01 2 Route
00:05:36 3 Active segments
00:05:55 3.1 New England region
00:06:05 3.1.1 Maine
00:07:41 3.1.2 New Hampshire
00:08:16 3.1.3 Massachusetts
00:09:27 3.1.4 Rhode Island
00:10:39 3.1.5 Connecticut
00:12:41 3.2 Mid-Atlantic region
00:12:51 3.2.1 New York
00:14:50 3.2.2 New Jersey
00:16:31 3.2.3 Pennsylvania
00:18:01 3.2.4 Delaware
00:19:22 3.2.5 Maryland
00:21:21 3.2.6 District of Columbia
00:22:28 3.3 South Atlantic region
00:22:38 3.3.1 Virginia
00:24:59 3.3.2 North Carolina
00:27:26 3.3.3 South Carolina
00:28:55 3.4 Southeast region
00:29:05 3.4.1 Georgia
00:30:34 3.4.2 Florida
00:33:26 4 East Coast Greenway Alliance
00:34:53 5 Awards
00:35:43 6 See also
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Voice name: en-GB-Wavenet-D
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The East Coast Greenway is a 3,000-mile (4,800 km) biking and walking route linking the major cities of the Atlantic coast of the United States, from Calais, Maine, to Key West, Florida. The spine route and branching complementary routes are for non-motorized human transportation for everything from local commutes to long-distance trips.
The nonprofit East Coast Greenway Alliance was created in 1991. The entire route has been selected. As of July 2017, 900 miles (1,450 km), or 32 percent of the route, is off-road on traffic-protected greenways. The vision is for the entire trail to be off-road.
Major Waves at Panic Point, Westerly Rhode Island