These spots are great for fishing, sightseeing or just relaxing.
Located at the center of Galilee, the breachway is the best place to sit and enjoy the boats coming and going from the Port of Galilee and the Point Judith Pond. It's a popular place for an early morning cup of coffee, and a great place for a picnic lunch or dinner. There are lots of places nearby that offer take-out food that will taste even better on the rocks.
Point Judith Light
Located at the end of Ocean Drive, the Point Judith Light is on the National Register of Historic Places. The "Great Gale" of 1815 destroyed the wooden lighthouse originally built on this spot in 1806. It was replaced with the octagonal brick lighthouse that stands on the site today. Visitors are welcome on the grounds from 9:00 to 4:00. Next to the lighthouse is Rose Nullman Park - a beautiful scenic overlook with wonderful views of the Rhode Island Sound.
A bumpy ride down a dirt road near the Point Judith Light on Ocean Drive brings you to Camp Cronin. Located at the foot of one of the breakwalls that form the Harbor of Refuge, this is a popular fishing spot. Even if you don't fish, you can walk out on the rocks and enjoy the view.
Located on Ocean Drive near Scarborough State Beach, Black Point offers tremendous views of Rhode Island's rocky coast. Black Point is a short walk down a peaceful path though a small area of woods. To the north, you can see the outline of Beavertail on Jamestown, Brenton Point in Newport and the Newport Bridge. To the south is the Point Judith Light. Out to the horizon is the Rhode Island Sound.
Bluff Hill Cove Marsh
Along the Escape Road next to Fisherman's Memorial State Park is Bluff Hill Cove Marsh - a tidal inlet that is part of Point Judith Pond. During low tide, it is a popular spot for clamming. Across the road, in between the Escape Road and the Roger Wheeler State Beach is the recently restored Galilee Bird Sanctuary.