Four Public Beaches

Four Beautiful Beaches for Tenant and Public Use

Unbeknownst to many Rhode Islanders, Quonset Business Park includes four beach areas where the public can embrace the breathtaking beauty of the Ocean State. The beaches within the business park now include:

Blue Beach, which includes a small beach with sand dunes to the south and a densely wooded fringe to the north and east. It is connected to a residential area and the Kiefer Wetland to the west. It features scenic views down the West Passage. It has a beautiful 1,000-foot stone-dust walking path which leads from the new parking area to the beach.

Compass Rose Beach is a small sandy strip located off Roger Williams Way. While presently owned by the state Department of Transportation, as part of the airport property, it is leased by the Rhode Island Airport Corporation and managed by the QDC.  It too,looks down the West Passage.

Spink's Neck Beach is a narrow, sandy strip located off Patrol Road not far from the North Kingstown Marina. The Little Allen Harbor area is an active working waterfront with several marine related businesses. The beach area features views of Narragansett Bay from Patience Island to Jamestown.

Calf Pasture Point Beach,which has been managed by the Town of North Kingstown since 2001, is a natural habitat that is home to many species of wildlife, sea-life, and waterfowl.Adjacent to the Mount View neighborhood, it sits along the Quonset Bike Pathand features views from East Providence to Warwick Neck to Jamestown and southward.