Escape to the east coast and take a camping trip in the smallest U.S. state.
The George Washington State Campground is located off U.S. Highway 44 in northwestern Rhode Island. This camping destination includes amenities such as flush toilets, showers, and water spigots. RVs are welcome (they have graveled spots to set up camp); however, there are no electric hookups at the campground. You are allowed to run a generator for your RV during the daytime if necessary. Guests can either reserve the cabin, an Adirondack-style sleeping shelter, or choose from over 50 of their primitive campsites if they want an extended stay. Camping is available annually from the second weekend of April through October. Please note that check-out time is 11 AM.
Popular activities at the George Washington State Campground include hiking, mountain biking, picnicking, fishing, and swimming. You are also welcome to canoe at Lake Washington and explore the nearby state forest during your visit. If you're an avid outdoor enthusiast, consider camping at the George Washington State Campground the next time you're in the New England area.