Located in Bristol County, Rhode Island, Bristol is a seaport town named after Bristol England. Optimally situated between Mt. Hope and Narragansett Bays, glampers aren’t restricted to the land, and can quickly hop on the Prudence Island Ferry or book a harbor tour for stunning views of the bays and an up-close look at many of the wildlife species that call this area home. Popular attractions in the area include the many beaches that line the coast, the ever-popular Saturday Morning Farmers Market, the Point Judith Lighthouse and Fishermen’s Memorial. Glampers will find that the inlet boasts a large number of scenic hiking trails and walking paths that wind and weave through woods, state parks, and around the bays. No matter how glampers choose to spend their time in and around Bristol, it is important to consider climate. While summers are often sunny and hot, despite being an island, Bristol experiences cold winters consistent with a continental climate.
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