📢 City Hall Closed Wednesday, June 19th 📢

City Hall and offices will be CLOSED on Wednesday, June 19th for the Juneteenth Holiday. The Waste Management Transfer Station will also be closed resulting i a one-day delay for all trash, recycling and bulky waste collections.  Download a Trash Calendar →

Welcome to Easton's Beach

Named one of the Top 10 New England Beaches!

Easton's Beach
175 Memorial Blvd.
Newport, RI 02840

Telephone: (401) 845-5810

E-mail Beach Manager
 

Department Directory »
Photo by: Susan Donovan

Welcome to Easton's Beach

Named one of the Top 10 New England Beaches!

Easton's Beach
175 Memorial Blvd.
Newport, RI 02840

Telephone: (401) 845-5810

E-mail Beach Manager
 

Department Directory »

Easton's Beach

Newport is blessed with a beautiful coastline and several public beaches to enjoy surf, sand, and sun.  The largest of them is Easton's Beach - locally known as First Beach. Located on Memorial Boulevard at the start of the City's famed Cliff Walk, Easton's Beach occupies a 3/4 mile long stretch of sand with board walk and Atlantic facing surf.


About the beach

Getting Here

Located just steps from Newport's famed Cliff Walk and within minutes to Downtown Newport, Easton's Beach is ideally located for both visitors and locals. Get Directions

Beach Parking

Purchase a season pass & learn more about our on-site parking availability. Click here

Rules & Regulations

We take the safety and enjoyment of our guests seriously. Please take a moment to review our beach rules & regulations. Find out more

The Latest from the Beach

Easton's Beach Repair Information

Easton's Beach Repair Information

As part of our ongoing efforts to rejuvinate the Easton's Beach complex, we've recently awarded a contract to demolish the structures that house the Easton's Beach Snack Bar and Carousel. While the Rotunda and Bath Houses will remain, because of demolition, bath house passes will NOT be available this season, with hopes to bring them back in 2025. 

In the meantime, beachgoers this coming season will be able to enjoy a number of amenities, including food trucks, fully accessible restrooms, children's playground, and more.

The demolition follows a community meeting held in October of 2022 in which the condition of the beach and a potential vision for the future was discussed with Councilors.

Click the links below to download the evening's presentation, view the meeting online, and view the full report.


  

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