The coast of Rhode Island is a popular area for sea glass hunters. It is close to many centers of population making it easy to get to as well as providing sources of glass near the beach.
The tidal coast area along the Atlantic Ocean and waterways adds up to quite a stretch - 384 miles (618 km).
A drawback to sea glassing on this coast is that public access is limited in some areas. Read the reports on their original pages for details.
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Island Park near Portsmouth RI
Summer's Beach, Rhode Island Sea Glass
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