My Favorite Piece - June 2013 Sea Glass Photo Contest

by Patricia Musoitc
(Rhode Island)

My Favorite Piece  - June 2013 Sea Glass Photo Contest

My Favorite Piece - June 2013 Sea Glass Photo Contest

~ submitted by Patricia Musoitc in Rhode Island

This piece was found at the beach of the old Rocky Point Amusment Park, Warwick RI.

The sea glass was found on June 15,2013. The weather was amazing but there were storms all week.

To take this photo, I used my iPhone.

~ submitted by Patricia Musoitc

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Mar 09, 2018
How to access RPB?
by: Dawn

I traveled to RI to check out Rocky Point Beach following our recent storms,but could not find where to park/enter at the GPS'd address. I did drive around a bit more and ended up at the Conimut (?) Point, but would like to return and try Rocky Point.

Jun 26, 2013
Rocky Point sea glass
by: Patty in RI

Thanks. You are right about RP. I can't wait to get back there.

I love walking the beach and looking for the glass.


Jun 26, 2013
Conimicut Point, RI - Warwick
by: Laura from RI

I've been there several times, hardly any glass. I advise Rocky Beach, Warwick, RI.

Here's why....You're in the bay (Narragansett)...a swell comes up and turns up glass & porcelain. All my pieces of SG & porcelain have been found @ RPB..

It's the mother lode of sea glass in RI.

Laura from RI

Jun 25, 2013
Responding to Laura.
by: Anonymous

Thanks Laura. I will try the other places to.

I also heard Conimick point. Sorry if I spelled it wrong.

But have not tried yet.

Jun 25, 2013
Rocky Point Beach, RI
by: Laura from RI

Beautiful piece !!!

RP is the the mother lode in RI. I plan on going back next week.

Also too, is Ft. Getty & also Narragansett for pieces.

Great find & keep on : )

Laura from RI.

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