Burlingame State Campground

The campground is 3,100 acres of rocky woodland that surrounds Watchaug Pond in Charlestown. This spacious campground features over 700 rustic campsites and 20 cabins with conveniently located restrooms with shower facilities, a playground, arcade, freshwater beach, canoe rentals and hiking trails.

The entrance to the park headquarters and camping area is off US Route 1 in Charlestown, RI.

UTILITIES: Not available at this campground.
CABINS: Rustic, with no utilities. Two bunk beds available in each. Mattresses and bedding are not provided. Air mattresses are strongly recommended.
FIREWOOD NOTICE: If you are planning to camp during an upcoming trip to Burlingame State Campground, please help protect our public lands by purchasing your firewood at the Burlingame Camp Store. The Camp Store offers for sale quality firewood at a reasonable price for our visitor's convenience and to prevent the spread of pests, which could decimate our forests.
AREA SPECIFIC: For further information concerning this campground, please read the Area Specific information listed in the RI State Parks Camping Policies.  It is the camper's responsibility to read and follow the campground rules and policies. Refunds will not be granted for misunderstanding of the terms.


Location Information:

Route 1
Charlestown, Rhode Island 02813

Mailing Address:

Burlingame State Park
1 Burlingame State Park Charlestown, RI 02813

Contact Information:

Kyle Cahoon
Regional Manager
(401) 322-8910 (o)
(401) 322-3083 (f)

Activities at this location:

Other Information:

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Lifeguards on duty seasonally (9:00 AM to 5:00 PM)

Parking: Electric vehicle charging station available for 4 hours max while enjoying the park or other facility.The EV station does
not guarantee a space on full capacity days.

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