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Tales of Tiverton
Come and enjoy beautiful Fogland Beach at sunset. Listen to fantastic true tales of Tiverton, told by an archeologist, astronomer, historians, historical reenactors, and folks who have lived here and love their town.
Learn about the Perseid meteor shower occurring tonight and Sunday night, and about the Native Peoples who lived and left their mark here.
There are stories of Tiverton's wild nature from rattlesnakes to rum runners.
Bring a chair or blanket . Enjoy the campfire , have a bite to eat around the campfire,.
Sponsored by the Tiverton Historical Society with special permission of the Tiverton Town Council.
This event is free, but donations are gratefully accepted.
More About Fogland Beach
Fogland Beach and Recreation Area is located in south Tiverton off Fogland Road and Puncatest Neck Road. It is considered a great location for windsurfing, with spectacular views of the Sakonnet River and the Portsmouth shoreline. The cove area to the north of the beach is useful for nature study.
During summer the beach has lifeguards and there is a fee to park. It includes toilets, trash recepticals, showers, a children's playground, a picnic area and benches. Hiking and fishing are also permitted at Fogland Beach. The beach is overseen by the Tiverton Recreation Department.