Discover a selection of 1,500 vacation rentals in Narragansett that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo vacation homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including swimming pools and air conditioning. Prices start at $285 per night, and houses and cottages are popular options for a stay in Narragansett. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
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Destination guide

Book Narragansett beach rentals

Narragansett is a beautiful coastal area that’s ideal for a Rhode Island beach rental. It’s home to a variety of gorgeous beaches, such as Roger W. Wheeler State Beach, Scarborough State Beach, and Narragansett Town Beach. The Beavertail State Park is another highlight for outdoor adventures like hiking as well as watersports like surfing and boating. You’ll also find delicious waterfront seafood restaurants, scenic lighthouses with spectacular views, and plenty of historic landmarks of Narragansett’s Victorian past. There’s a little bit of everything in Narragansett, so you’re sure to have an unforgettable retreat on Rhode Island’s coast.

Things to do

Sightseeing near Narragansett vacation rentals

Fishermen’s Memorial State Park offers a peaceful alternative to the excitement of sea cruises and a chance to contemplate the fishermen who maintain this thriving local industry. During World War II, the site was occupied by a series of coastal defenses, but after the war the land was reclaimed and transformed into a state park. Battery mounts, bunkers, and a fire-control tower are living reminders of the park’s military history, while family-friendly facilities include campgrounds, picnic sites, and sandy beaches. The Fishermen’s Memorial itself is located on one of the original battery sites and provides spectacular views across the bay.


Things to do near Narragansett vacation homes

Point Judith, on the southern tip of Narragansett, is the picturesque setting for one of the town’s most photogenic neighborhoods. The Port of Galilee, the hub of the local seafood industry, becomes a hive of activity during the summer months, with sightseeing cruisers jostling for space alongside fishing boats and passenger ferries. Whale-watching trips are especially popular, with the opportunity to spot these graceful giants just offshore, while ferries to nearby Block Island bring the birds of the world-famous Atlantic Flyway into close range. don't leave Galilee before you've sampled delicious freshly caught shellfish in its cozy harbor-side restaurants.


Local weather for your Narragansett stay in vacation homes

Demand for Narragansett vacation rentals with a pool and patio deck peaks during the summer season, when the sleepy Rhode Island resort is transformed by an influx of sizzling city-dwellers in search of laid-back beach vibes and ocean breezes. The humid continental climate lends itself to sunshine-filled summer days, with humidity kept in check by cool nights. Rainfall is higher during winter, with snow falling on higher ground but rarely laying for long on the coast. Late September and early October are good times to find bargains on Narragansett vacation rentals and enjoy the fall colors with fewer crowds.

Natural features

Narragansett—a protective haven for birds

The John H. Chafee National Wildlife Refuge protects the wildlife-rich salt-marsh and freshwater-river habitats that provide a home base for many of the region’s native birds, as well as visiting migrants on the Atlantic Flyway. Great egrets, herons, and plovers are among the regular sightings, while one of the state’s largest populations of American black duck enjoys protected status here. Another success story is the sharp-tailed sparrow, which thrives on the salt-marsh meadows in spring, drawing keen bird-watchers from across the country to Narragansett vacation rentals.


Top beaches near Narragansett vacation rentals

Narragansett has pristine beaches for families and couples. Vacation homes are available near places like Scarborough Beach, a sandy beach with a scenic backdrop and recreation areas, and Narragansett Town Beach, an oceanside recreation area with soft sand and popular surf breaks. You'll also like Roger W. Wheeler State Beach, an oceanfront beach with calm waters, a playground, and picnic areas.

How to get there

How to get to and around Narragansett

The nearest airport is in Newport, RI (NPT-Newport State), located 11.4 mi (18.4 km) from the city center. If you can't find a flight that works for your travel itinerary, you could book a flight to North Kingstown, RI (NCO-Quonset State), which is 11.5 mi (18.5 km) away.

Family friendly

Family fun near Narragansett vacation homes

Narragansett offers an array of family-friendly attractions for all ages. Vacation rentals put you within reach of places like Yawgoo Valley Ski Area & Water Park, a park with trails and snow tubing in winter and waterslides and pools in summer, and South County Museum, a large museum with local history artifacts, memorabilia, and hands-on exhibits. Kids will also like Casey Farm, a historic working farm with demonstrations and farm animal encounters.

How many vacation rentals are available around Narragansett?

Our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 1,650 vacation rentals around Narragansett. From 1,316 house rentals to 135 cottage rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.