Bristol County is nestled in eastern Rhode Island between the border of Massachusetts and on Narragansett Bay. The towns of Bristol, Warren and Barrington are easily navigated by foot, bike, car, or public transportation. The three towns have few main roads and are easily traveled by Route 114. Barrington is home to Osamequin Nature Trail, Veteran's Memorial Park and Walker Farm, a beautiful town park offering 30 acres of open land with fishing and boating access. There's history of the town found in the Fireman's Museum, the Yacht Club Warren known for it's 2nd Story Theatre, where the plays are rumored to be some of the best in Rhode Island. The Bay Queen cruise line is housed on the water in Warren and offers several varieties of cruises including live music, bars and buffets! Bristol is home to the oldest Fourth of July parade in the country! The celebrations are ongoing throughout the summer with weeks of open air free concerts featuring local bands, live orchestras and the Rhode Island Philharmonic. Don't pass through Bristol without visiting Blithewold Mansion, Linden Place, Mount Hope Farm, Colt State Park and Bristol Ferry Lighthouse. Bristol is also home to Roger Williams University, right on Narragansett Bay. With all of the waterfront properties, large homes with acreage and spectacular views, it's an area you shouldn't miss.
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Updated: 5th December, 2021 12:47 PM (UTC).