If your RV rental trip will bring you to Rhode Island on July 4, consider taking a break from driving and seeing Bristol's Annual Fourth of July Parade, established in 1785 in celebration of our independence. For even more festivities, stop in at the JVC Jazz Festival in Newport, a three-day event with music ranging from classical to contemporary.
Rhode Island's Brown University and the University of Rhode Island are both well-known for their excellent academic reputations, as well as a long history. Visit either of these universities to learn about the history of Rhode Island and our nation. The Roger Williams National Memorial is another must-visit historical site, commemorating the life of the man who founded Rhode Island on the principle of religious freedom.
|Top 10 Travel Destinations in Rhode Island|
|Bristol 4th of July Parade|
|MV Providence Piers|
|Rhode Island Beaches|
|Rhode Island's Unique Dining|
|Diamond Hill Vineyards|
|JVC Jazz Festival|
|University of Rhode Island|
|Roger Williams National Memorial|
Many RV rental customers are looking for more outdoor experiences on their trips, and Rhode Island has plenty. Its beaches are considered among the most beautiful in the world, and span for miles. Block Island is home to some of these beaches, as well as over 300 freshwater pools, rolling hills, and tall bluffs.
Rhode Island also has plenty to cater to those who enjoy trying new cuisine and tasting wine: one of the more unique foods available is the spinach pie. Diamond Hill Vineyards uses many types of fermentation prcoesses to make wine from blueberries, apples, and various other fruits.