A popular vacation destination for visitors from all over New England.

Welcome to Narragansett

Classic beach town vibes meet New England elegance.
Located in Washington County, Rhode Island, is Narragansett, a quintessential beach town known for its seaside beauty, classic surf-town atmosphere, and luxury homes. Situated on Rhode Island’s eastern coast, Narragansett delivers miles upon miles of unspoiled, well-maintained beaches, where families, retirees, and young professionals flock for a day of relaxation and rejuvenation. This town is located close to Newport’s coveted amenities, where residents can easily access its world-class entertainment, restaurants, and boutiques. 
Narragansett is a popular vacation destination for visitors from all over New England, with the town’s population doubling in the summer. Along with thriving tourism, you'll find elegant estates, five-star dining, and brilliant little boutiques perfect for a day of shopping. With great schools, beautiful properties, and a warm community spirit, many people choose to make this holiday destination their new permanent home. 
Narragansett real estate is comprised of historic and classic homes, many of which were built in the 19th century. Modern and contemporary estates provide a sense of refinement and sophistication. When it comes to Narragansett homes for sale, many properties can be situated in quiet yet welcoming residential neighborhoods and spacious lots, while others are tucked against the shoreline and can boast incredible views of the Atlantic Ocean. 

What to Love

  • A relaxed beachfront location 
  • A plethora of art galleries, boutiques, and independent restaurants to check out 
  • A great mix of gorgeous as well as historic Narragansett properties along with modern estates to choose from
  • An active community that takes pride in its local history 
  • A variety of elegant Narragansett houses for sale to choose from

Local Lifestyle - Living in Narragansett

Residents of Narragansett embrace ocean-front suburban living, spending their days and nights on the beach and in the water. When they aren't soaking up the sun and surf, they spend relaxing evenings with friends in the town's many waterfront restaurants. You'll hear neighbors saying hello as they pass each other on the street and families and friends gathering together for various community-wide events and festivals. 

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping in Narragansett

Grab dinner at The Coast Guard House Restaurant. This cozy restaurant serves fresh seafood in a building that dates back to the late 1800s. Its waterfront location provides incredible views that pair well with its award-winning cuisine. Trio’s classic New England fare is popular with locals and tourists alike, and its location with views of the Narragansett Bay makes it a perfect place for special occasions or dinner dates. Start your morning with coffee from The Pour House, which locals claim has the best cup of joe in all of New England. Those with a sweet tooth love Nana's Candy Bar for its menu of delicious homemade desserts. 
Narragansett offers incredible shopping options throughout town, but one local favorite is The Traveling Gypsy, an upscale boutique selling high-end women’s apparel. 

Things to Do in Narragansett

No trip to Narragansett is complete without a visit to the beach. Narragansett Town Beach retains its classic, relaxing ambiance, where you’ll find vast stretches of sandy shores, quaint beach clubs, and plenty of nearby eateries. This recreational area is perfect for all ages. 
Fishing charters are never off the table in Narragansett, with various local tour companies like Captain Sheriff's Fishing Charters providing deep-sea and off-shore fishing charters. If you own a boat, there are a myriad of marinas nearby available for docking, including the Billington Cove Yacht Club
Spend the day on the green at Point Judith Country Club, whose well-manicured, 18-hole golf course is perfect for teeing off with friends, colleagues, and family. 

Schools in Narragansett

The Narragansett School District serves the community of Narragansett. 

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Demographics and Employment Data for Narragansett, RI

Narragansett has 5,992 households, with an average household size of 2.45. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Narragansett do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 14,759 people call Narragansett home. The population density is 1,064.45 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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44.85 / 55.15%

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Schools in Narragansett, RI

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The following schools are within or nearby Narragansett. The rating and statistics can serve as a starting point to make baseline comparisons on the right schools for your family. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.
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9th - 12th
Narragansett Elementary
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Narragansett Pier School
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9th - 12th
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