Rhode Island may be tiniest state in the Union, but what little land it has feels pretty darn idyllic. For starters, there’s that coveted coastline –Little Rhody’s got about 400 pristine miles of it, thank you very much. Then there’s those dreamy colonial seaside towns, like something out of a magazine; the romantic windswept cliffs; and New England’s iconic seafood scene.
A bit inland, you’ll discover thick forests, sunny vineyards and sparkling lakes. Taken all together, a night spent camping under the Rhode Island stars, noshing on local clam cakes and jumbo Quahogs to the gentle sound of waves lapping the shore, is just about nirvana.