Misquamicut State Beach is a state park in Westerly Rhode Island
. It is a part of Misquamicut Beach which is a seven mile length of beach that stretches from Weekapaug in the east, westward to Watch Hill, which was called Noyes Beach after Reverend James Noyes from the 18th century to the late 1890s. Watch Hill is also a small district in Washington County
Misquamicut is in southern Washington County and is part of the town of Westerly, Rhode Island. Misquamicut is an Indian word for "Red salmon at this place." Misquamicut is a public state beach where lifeguards are on duty for some of the year. Misquamicut has many swimming and surfing shops, and some of them carry snacks for people on the beach.