September 21, 2019 – Beavertail State Park (Includes the Beavertail Lighthouse) – Rhode Island

Today Shadow, Wilma, and I Adventured to Beavertail State Park in Jamestown, Rhode Island.  Beavertail State Park is a Rhode Island State Park that encompasses 153 acres.  It is located at the Southern end of Conanicut Island in Narragansett Bay, and is well known for its beautiful, scenic coastline.  On the site you can view the Beavertail Lighthouse, a 64 foot lighthouse, built in 1856.  There even is a museum and a gift shop at the site.

This was our second Adventure to the Beavertail State Park as Shadow, Buster, and I had been there in August 2016.  Although I blogged about it in our Throwback blog, it is a special location so I decided to share another blog today.

We had a scenic Adventure to the Beavertail State Park.  Upon arrival I could not believe the huge amount of visitors that had transcended to this location.  However, being a long drive we could not resist joining the crowd and exploring the Park.  We walked around the Lighthouse, found various spots along the rocks to climb down and explore, and enjoyed some lounging in the green grass.  There were gigantic, singing waves, beautiful flowers along the shore, lovely textured rocks, and of course the scenic Beavertail Lighthouse.  Before we left we visited a one room aquarium on the grounds.  I had debated entering as Wilma can be quite energetic, and sometimes is nervous of other furry friends.  Nevertheless we entered the aquarium, peaking at the fish and other aquatic wildlife.  This soon became a humorous experience as Wilma began growling at the turtle, and as I was addressing her concern with this new creature I found Shadow drinking out of a low tank – oops.  We scurried out quickly before creating a further scene.

Besides taking in the beauty of this location, highlights of our visit, included:   finding a large tidal pool for Shadow to lay in, observing Wilma’s cheer in the many visitors, and finding a spot in front of the lighthouse to relax, roll, and cherish the coastal time with my best buds.  We will definitely be back for future visits to the Beavertail State Park.  Please see below for photos and videos from our visit today, and our previous visit (Rating:  4)






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