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Newport offers several fun recreational destinations available for your family

There are some fun activities available in Newport.

There are some fun activities available in Newport.

When planning a relocation to the Northeast, you may be considering some of the beautiful coastal areas in the region. There could be many different spots that are attractive, and you may have trouble picking which is the perfect area to bring your moving boxes. One spot that you may come to love is located in Rhode Island. Newport has much to do if you love the outdoors, and its interesting landscape and fixtures could make it an even better destination. If this sounds like your kind of place, contact your moving company today.

International Tennis Hall of Fame
One of the city's fixtures for tourists is the fact that it is the home of a notable location of sports recognition. The International Tennis Hall of Fame is located right in the middle of Newport, and it may be a great place to visit. According to the Rhode Island Travel Handbook, this location offers a notable museum collection with items from throughout the sport's history, and there are a number of tennis courts on-site, as well. If you want to check it out, head to the Newport Casino, as the hall is located inside the venue.

Newport Cliff Walk
If you prefer to check out what natural beauty the city has to offer, then you may benefit going for a walk on the shore. There are some beach areas, but you may want to see the city's Cliff Walk. According to the location's website, this gives you an ability to travel more than three miles around the shore of the city. Here, you will see a number of different things, including a multitude of flowers, changing physical landscapes and even a number of bird types.

Norman Bird Sanctuary
When looking for birds, it could be a good idea to look at another venue in Newport. The area is home of the Norman Bird Sanctuary, which is located in nearby Middletown. According to the sanctuary's website,  you can learn about the local birds and natural surroundings through tours and just exploring the area. There are approximately 7 miles of area that you can hike, and an ability to walk through wooded areas to get an idea of what the less populated parts of the state are like. It is also possible to see some unique views of the ocean from some parts of the sanctuary.

Newport Mansions
One staple of the city is its architecture and mansions. The Newport Mansions are a common and popular destination for tourists, whether they look through the buildings, or just drive through the area. According to The Preservation Society of Newport County, there are tours of many of these mansions, and they take between one hour and 90 minutes each. It is also easy to walk between all of these areas, so you can park off-site and take everything in. You may want to check on the availability of tours before heading to one of them.

Easton's Beach
If you are a fan of the beach, then you are in luck. Newport is the home of a notable amount of shore front, and one of the most popular places to enjoy this is at Easton's Beach. Also known as "First Beach," this spot is actually quite accommodating for a beach. According to the Rhode Island Travel Handbook, there are both restrooms and showers here, and you can rent a number of items for hanging out beach side. There's no fee to use the beach, but you may want to keep in mind of parking fees around the area.