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Living in Narragansett, RI

Fast Facts About Narragansett, RI

What to know about living in Narragansett.

Population (2020): 14,615

Distance from: 

  • Boston, MA:  2hr
  • Hartford, CT: 1hr 40min
  • Providence, RI: 45min

Nearest airport:

Median income (2020): 

  • Individual: $48,543
  • Household: $78,761

County: Washington County

Type of location: Town

Why is Narragansett a Nice Place to Live?

Narragansett is a beautiful town in southern Rhode Island. In Narragansett you’ll find a multitude of gorgeous beaches, rivers, coves, and inlets to explore, including three state beaches—Salty Brine Beach, Scarborough Beach, and Roger Wheeler Beach—and a town beach considered top-notch by many locals. In addition, the Great Salt Pond and Narrow River offers robust opportunities for kayaking, boating, fishing, and relaxing. Living in Narragansett allows you to enjoy your peace and quiet for over three-quarters of the year, before seeking out fun and adventure in July and August.

Narragansett offers excellent public schools within the Narragansett School System. It welcomes the participation of all children in a safe, effective teaching and learning environment that “sees the child” and challenges all students to strive

What is Narragansett Known For?

Narragansett’s most well-known location is the Point Judith Lighthouse, which looks over the vacation and rental cottages at the town’s southern tip on the western entrance to the Narragansett Bay. In addition, there are a plethora of other family-friendly activities to partake in. From Beavertail State Park to Fishermen’s Memorial State Park and Campground, those living in Narragansett love the fun outdoor activities and sense of community in town.

What Are the Best Restaurants in Narragansett?

Some of the top restaurants around Narragansett with the highest-rated Google reviews include:

  • The Coast Guard House Restaurant, for local seafood in a circa-1945 haunt; the upstairs deck bar & dining area has panoramic ocean views.
  • Spain of Narragansett, a bustling Spanish spot with old-world flavors, sangria & seating by an outdoor fountain.
  • Mariner Grille, an intimate spot offering seafood, steak & pasta dishes, plus a full bar & weekend live music.
  • PJ’s Pub, a tavern in a turn-of-the-century cottage turns out pub classics plus Italian & Greek specialties.
  • T’s Restaurant Narragansett, a casual daytime eatery with familiar American breakfasts, plus sandwiches, salads & other cafe fare.

To learn more about purchasing a home and living in Narragansett, RI check out the median home price and inventory or call me at 401-288-3557 to get immediate help.


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