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Whether you’re watching a storm, checking the surf, or dreaming about a warm beach day, no matter where you are, Lila Delman’s Community Cams offer you a glimpse of the gorgeous Rhode Island coast. When you are done with the beach take a video tour of some of our beautiful homes or take peek at some of the events and treasures that make our home so special.
Take a gander at the gorgeous Port of Galilee, the quaint fishing village at the southern tip of Narragansett. This is your cam whether you want to check the weather or if that right spot opened up at the beach, see if the Block Island ferry is coming or going, or just want to enjoy the view as you watch the fishing and pleasure boats come and go from these bustling docks.
With our year-round view of Newport’s biggest public beach, First Beach, also known as Easton Beach, you can check the surf in summer, and the sunrise over the skyline in winter. There’s never a bad time to visit Newport — even virtually.
Drop into the center of Narragansett with our view of the Town Beach, a classic slice of coastline with some of the best surfing in New England. See what the waves look like before you leave the house, or imagine yourself walking along the soft sand. Sign in and control the camera to take in all the views!
The largest city in the Ocean State, and the wealthiest state capital at the turn of the 20th century, Providence is home to unique architecture ranging from the colonial era to the 21st century, as well as many colleges and universities like RISD, Brown University, Johnson & Wales, and Providence College.
From our offices next to the Napatree Point Conservation Area, enjoy this undisturbed view of Watch Hill Cove and the entire Little Narragansett Bay. See the sailors come and go from Watch Hill Yacht Club at the southwestern tip of the Ocean State.
“The Bermuda of the North”, tiny Block Island sports seventeen miles of beaches — none more spectacular than Crescent Beach on the eastern shore. Whether you want to picture yourself on vacation or just stare off into the uninterrupted Atlantic, our camera stream is at your service.
With our view of Jamestown Harbor, you can almost smell the sea breeze as you step off the ferry from Newport. No matter the season, the wharf is always waiting for you.