Best Sea Kayaking in Rhode Island

This list represents the most popular sea kayaking in Rhode Island. Use this list to plan your next Rhode Island sea kayaking trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

A quintessential Block Island paddle around the Great Salt Pond. This paddle through the ...
A fun excursion around a small island in the east passage of Narragansett Bay. Paddlers ...
A sight-seeing paddle through an opulent harbor to a nearby state park. Sailing and yachting ...
Paddle through historic Wickford Harbor and explore interesting islands and coves. Wickford ...
A fairly quiet paddle through a historic harbor. If you enjoy gazing at beautiful sailboats, ...
A beautiful and potentially challenging paddle on the Sakonnet River. Unlike other saltwater ...
A coastal paddle along southern Conanicut Island into a sheltered cove. Jamestown, which ...
This trip combines a tour of Newport Harbor with a view of the famous Newport mansions ...
This shallow, 5-square-mile estuary is a good place to paddle even in somewhat rough conditions—water ...
While much of Rhode Island’s coastal zone is densely populated, the eastern shore has ...
Dutch Island is a small state island located in the West Passage just to the west of Conanicut ...
The mainland has many put-ins for a paddle to Prudence Island, but a launch from Bristol ...
Travel through the basin of the Sakonnet River to a large, protected cove. The cove located ...
Circumnavigate Narragansett Bay’s third largest island and its miles of undeveloped s ...
Enjoy cliffs, rocks, and ledges; a good surfing beach; lighthouses; and the chance ...
Paddle past Newport’s historic mansions, rocks, and ledges between Brenton Point and Lands ...
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