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As of 1992, there are 35 shoreline public access points designated by the Town of Bristol and/or the Rhode Island Coastal Resource Management Council (CRMC) in Bristol. (Provided by the Bristol Town Clerk's office.)

Newport, RI
Public Access Created via CRMC Permit
Middletown, RI
Little Compton, RI
Tiverton, RI
Portsmouth, RI
Bristol, RI
Warren, RI
Barrington, RI
East Providence, RI
Pawtucket, RI
Providence, RI
Cranston, RI
Warwick, RI
East Greenwich, RI
North Kingstown, RI
Jamestown, RI
Charlestown, South Kingstown & Narragansett
Surfing in Rhode Island
Designing Providence’s Riverfront Revival, RI
Ninigret Pond, RI
Narragansett Bay, RI
A Century of Change: Providence Harbor Shorelines
Narragansett, RI
SouthKingstown, RI
Charlestown, RI
The Wood & Pawcatuck Rivers, RI
Westerly, RI
Bringing Back the Blackstone, RI
Salt Marsh, RI
Osprey, RI
The Quahog, RI
Narragansett Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve
Piping Plover, RI
American Holly, RI
CRMC’s Public Right-of-Way Process
Block Island, RI
Coastal Birding in Rhode Island
RI Public Access: A Tradition of Value
Veterans Park
Bristol Town Common
The Town Beach
North Street, Bristol, RI
Butterworth Avenue, Bristol, RI
Azalea Drive, Bristol, RI
Fatima Drive, Bristol, RI
San Miguel Drive, Bristol, RI
Sherman Avenue, Bristol, RI
Smith Street, Bristol, RI
Kickemuit Avenue, Bristol, RI