Salty Brine State Beach
Salty Brine State Beach is a tiny beach, barely 100 yards long, with gentle surf set close to the busy Galilee docks and several seafood restaurants. Sitting inside the three-mile-long sea wall and protected from the surf, it is ideal for young children. Watch up close as the fishing boats, pleasure boats, and ferries going by. Formerly known as Galilee State Beach, Salty Brine State beach was dedicated in 1990 to Rhode Island's most widely recognized radio personality, Salty Brine. Plan to arrive early or late afternoon on summer weekends when parking fills up quickly. Be sure to plan and purchase your parking pass ahead of time!