Sachuset Beach, sandwiched between First and Third beaches, is referred to as "Second Beach." Surrounded by reedy ... More
Sachuset Beach, sandwiched between First and Third beaches, is referred to as "Second Beach." Surrounded by reedy dunes, the beach is not accessible from the main road so unless traveling by foot you will have to pay for parking to collect seashells. Water sports are allowed. On a clear or cloudy day you can spot a few die-hard surfers who claim that this beach has the only surf worth riding in Newport.
This place is perfect for any family with young or older children. Everybody was having an excellent time, we had trouble getting the kids in the car. The waves were amazing the place was beutiful. We are defenitly going back to second beach
Clean and warm waters with nice waves without bad traffic makes "Second Beach" the best in New England. Parking at $20 is not cheap. But lot is decent sized unlike many Cape beaches where you need to get there extra early. Also has decent facilities including snack bar and outdoor showers for rinsing.
The Breakers is an architectural masterpiece, and was home to one of America's wealthiest families, the Vanderbilts. Tours of the
mansion tell stories of the Vanderbilts as well as the building of this grand estate and the ventures of ...
Tucked away near the beach area, this small hotel is perfect for families and those who want to be close
to the ocean and far from the busy town center. This may be the most child friendly hotel on ...