Best Free Camping in Rhode Island

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Recent Rhode Island Free Campsite Reviews

Lincoln, RI

Twin River Casino

Nov 30, 2021

"Easy Breezy"

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We did go to the casino, but, mostly watched the football and had food and drinks. It was a very quiet night. There is security driving around and I was able to find plenty of green spaces to walk the dog. There was one other RV and one tractor trailer.

Stormbird
30 reviews
Lincoln, RI

Twin River Casino

Oct 11, 2021

"Easy in and out big rig friendly "

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Spoke with security upon arrival, they stated no need to check in. They did ask if we were going to the casino. We are not gamblers but did dine at 2 of the restaurants. Lot was somewhat level and we were able to find a nice flat area to park. The south and west lots are for rv parking. Weekend was a little noisy with traffic but it’s a casino...
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Landshark
7 reviews
Oct 03, 2021

"Perfectly Satisfactory for an Over-nighter"

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As the previous reviewer wrote, this rest stop is just a highway rest stop. However for a one night lay-over, it works perfectly. The parking area is quite large, so there is plenty of space to spread out. The night we stayed here (9-27-21), there were 3 other RVs and a handful of automobiles, not to mention some long haul truckers. Of...
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ttaban
17 reviews
Jun 20, 2021

"Rest stop and state park trail area."

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This is just a rest stop but it had a bunch of campers staying overnight and I even saw a large class A with the slide outs in use and chairs outside. There was also some good paved hiking/biking trails behind the welcome center. I wouldn't recommend more than 1 night but it was an alright spot to catch some zzzz's and chill out for free.

Snowgar
4 reviews