Beach Pond State Beach

Quick Facts

Beach Pond State Beach

Rhode Island

(401) 539-2356

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Overview

This 430 acre state beach is a fishing haven! Fishermen may catch fish of all different kinds at any time of year, including largemouth bass, pickerel, perch, catfish, and smallmouth bass (one of the few ponds in the state that smallmouth bass are found), or walleye, which are stocked by the State of Connecticut. Rhode Island also stocks Brown and Rainbow Trout.

Map of Beach Pond State Beach (RI)

Latitude, Longitude: 41.945894, -71.626119

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Activities

  • Boating

    There is a boat access at this site on the Connecticut side, but it is not suitable for the launching of larger craft.

  • Fishing

    Fishing is available year-round of species ranging from bass to pickerel.

Seasonality/Weather

New England weather is subject to rapid change. Temperature during the summer is 80-90s F, winter 20-40s F and spring/fall 50-70s F. Wear appropriate clothing and shoes for outdoor activities, based on the season. Open year-round.

Directions

Driving

From Providence and points north take Interstate Rt. 95 South, to State Route 102 South (exit #5A). Follow 102 south .8 miles to State Route 3 South. Follow 3 south 1.2 miles, and turn right onto State Route 165 West. Follow Route 165 West approximately 6.8 miles. The entrance is on your right.

Phone Numbers

Primary

(401) 539-2356

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