Area Maps and Info:

There are three main areas that Stanton Realty has properties- Misquamicut Beach, the Cove Road Area at the far east end of Misquamicut Beach and Watch Hill. For printable street maps of these three areas, click on the links below:

Misquamicut Fire District (west end of beach)

Weekapaug Cove Area (east end of beach)

Watch Hill to Weekapaug

Misquamicut has a variety of activities for the entire family, including our new State Beach Pavilion. Family activities include a seaside amusement park with kiddy rides, carousel, mini-golf, go-carts, water slide and jet skis. Misquamicut beach is a popular destination for those who wish to ride the waves. Throughout the spring, summer & fall, the Misquamicut Business Association and the Westerly Chamber of Commerce plan a wonderful assortment of family activities & events, including fireworks, classic car shows, craft shows, movies on the beach and magic shows. For those who love to fish, Misquamicut Beach is popular for surf casting in the spring and fall, as well as recreational fishing throughout the year. For those who love to golf, Misquamicut has two popular golf courses within a 1 to 2 mile drive, and numerous courses within a 5 to 10 mile radius. And, for those who love to shop, dance or dine, Misquamicut offers a large selection of places to suit everyone's taste and budget.

Watch Hill is a picturesque, seaside village, listed on the National Historic Register with charming boutiques, cafes, restaurants and lodging facilities. Watch Hill has a Lighthouse constructed in 1808 with a visitor's museum, as well as the oldest Flying horse Carousel in the U.S.A. The ruins of Fort Mansfield, from the Spanish-American War, are at the end of mile-long Napatree Point. Watch Hill is considered one of R.I.'s most selected beach resorts, and boasts one of the most magnificent sunsets on the East Coast overlooking Little Narragansett Bay. The stately Victorian homes are grand. Although the interiors of the mansions are inaccessible, the magnificent exteriors and the spectacular views along winding, oceanfront roads are a sight to behold.

Downtown Westerly is a charming village with a blend of Victorian and Romanesque architecture. The town boasts a unique variety of specialty and antique shops, restaurants, delis and cafes, and some offer spectacular river views. Beautiful Wilcox Park, in the center of town, consists of 14 acres of meandering paths, a duck pond, fountain and grand old trees. The park and downtown district host arts and special events all year long. Families are invited to enjoy live performances of Shakespeare in the park, farmers' markets, art festivals, and an annual pops concert complete with fireworks. The Colonial Theater schedules live productions from spring throughout the fall. Downtown is rapidly becoming known as a thriving arts community with historic buildings that have been converted into artists' galleries and studios.

For detailed information, maps and scheduled events, please visit sites we have provided as links to Westerly and surrounding areas. 

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