Kings beach | Wild Camping

United States

Details

Last Visited: 15 days ago
GPS: 41.45379, -71.34242
Altitude: 10.4 masl
Place Website: King’s Beach Fishing Access

Amenities

Electricity: No
Wifi: No
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: No
Showers: No
Water: No
Toilets: No
Big Rig Friendly: No
Tent Friendly: No
Pet Friendly: Yes

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Description

This is a quiet waterfront spot with a path leading to a rocky beach. . No cars were visible. No lights. Very private. Unpaved road, somewhat bumpy with lots of potholes but easily navigable in 4x4 van and probably vans or SUVS without 4x4. Close to town

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Beautiful water front beach spot, quieter on weeknights but this is definitely a spot that tourists and locals like to come to to watch the sunset or kayak. During the weekend a handful of fisherman unloading their kayaks at 4am.
Not a problem though, the sound of the waves will drown out any disturbances. Totally worth it for the beautiful view among the large estates of Newport.
However, we have stayed here 4 nights and we found on 4 different human poop, not buried, with toilet paper. THIS is how places this beautiful get shut down people! Also, this is a public beach, not a forest. Either bury it really deep or time it for when you’re at the gas station down the road or something. Anyway, killer sunsets. Road is literally just an entrance with flat gravel. Don’t know why someone said 4x4 but thats incorrect. The 2 best level spots are on the far left, first row seat to the water. And to the far right spot that fits two vehicles but the closer left one, not the super super far right. Hope that makes sense.

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The most beautiful place to watch the sunset and to wake up to. Be sure not to park near the chair, that’s where folks lug their boats to launch from in the early hours of the morning.
Drove through a couple beautiful neighborhoods to get here, neatly tucked away on the beach.

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Great location. Awesome views of the ocean. We slept with natural ocean sounds. Other van-lifers came thru after 9pm and stood overnight. Its was safe. Kayaking fishermen come in to prep for fishing and scuba diving very early in the morning. Hard gravel sandy road no need for 4x4 vehicles. Road is pretty leveled. Truly recommend.

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We stayed here 2 nights with our car and rooftop tent. No problems at all. Even talked to a local and an officer and they confirmed us it's okay to stay here and that many people do it. They told us that often young people come in the middle of the night to drink and party, but we had no issues at all. There was a pit toilet at the entry of the short gravel road, but I guess it was only temporarily as there was a community ride event. Great spot to stay. We parked a bit off the coastline as it had a bit more shelter from the wind, it was quite stormy the first night.

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stayed here for the night. no problems at all. a beautiful view, quiet. we had neighboring campers too. great spot. take in take out.

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Great spot. Not too big, but I could fit my pickup and a 12’ trailer with plenty of room for others. Right on the edge of the water. Great views of sunset and sunrise. Some people on and out during the night, also there’s a busy-ish road nearby so some noise but not too bad

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What a rad spot! Navigated through old neighborhoods and fancy neighborhoods to get here. Secret little gem

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This is a great spot, even covered in snow!

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Awesome spot! Entry road is dirt/gravel with potholes, but no problem for our Revel 4x4 van. There were a few sightseers here at sunset, but they left and we had the ocean front place to ourselves. Gorgeous ocean view and rocky shore.

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Great spot. No issues. Highly recommend.

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We parked here most of yesterday and spent the night. We are in a small 24’ motor home. The road into this small parking lot is narrow and has some potholes. We saw fishermen and a few come-and-go sightseers, also, one “environmental police” truck.
No problem parking and spending the night. It was quiet and a beautiful location. Good AT&T service.

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Epic spot. Great views. Boaters do show up very early to launch their kayaks and fishing boats from here, but it was safe and beautiful

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Amazing spot. Epic views. A++. Only disadvantage is that people show up at the crack of dawn to launch kayaks and fishing boats.

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Great spot for a converted van with an ocean view. It does get quite busy in the evening time with people coming and going but it beats staying at a paid overnight spot.

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Had a nice night w no disruptions here. Arrived with a few hours of daylight left. Several folks parked were fishing. We parked the van far to the left and hidden by a big tree from the house just east of the area, which I suspect was the one calling in overnighters in the past. We moved closer to the cliff where the ground was more level once it was dark, but we were more visible to the neighboring house. There were almost no lights on at the house, so I think we were lucky. Great site!

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Great spot to set up for the night and wake up to the waves and the birds. There were some other people around fishing and kayaking, but no kids going crazy, and everyone was considerate and friendly. Overall it was very peaceful. Access is a short and very smooth dirt road that I think any car could drive down, and it widens towards the end which gives people space to spread out. It's also surrounded by tall bushes which gives it privacy.

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Great little spot. Although was warned by another person that it’s actually against state law to sleep overnight there. The house next door will frequently call the state to report campers. We had no issues. Woke up to find to others stopped there. Beautiful location.

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Wonderful place to stay! Right on the water. Great view when you wake up. Very busy in the early evening, but quieted right down. Nobody bothered us. Enjoying my morning coffee as I write this.

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This beach spot is really nice — the only boondocking we’ve found in all of the NE. It’s beautiful and serene — no utilities whatsoever though so pack it in and pack it out. People will come early to fish, but most won’t bother you. Be warned though, some of the locals absolutely SUCK and will blast music and yell “good morning” at you at 7 am. Hopefully that won’t happen to you guys, these people who woke us up are such d*cks.

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Good spot. Showed up late and parked by the water in a bus so easy enough to get back to. Somebody came around at 1 in the morning though and woke us up outside our bus talking on the phone with someone to come and get us moved. Don’t think it panned out for him because he hung up sounding frustrated and drove off and nobody ever showed up.

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You definitely don’t need 4wd or even high clearance I saw cars come out here. It got crowded for sunset but after that it was quite all night. Such a sick spot!!

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This is a quiet waterfront spot with a path leading to a rocky beach. . No cars were visible. No lights. Very private. Unpaved road, somewhat bumpy with lots of potholes but easily navigable in 4x4 van and probably vans or SUVS without 4x4. Close to town. I highly recommend this site.

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We decided not to stay here because we found another spot but there are no “no overnight” signs it’s right on the water. Any size could fit, as always scope it out first though.

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I usually stay at Walmart in middle town never had any problems. I stayed here Saturday for the first time and of course the view is a lot better. i'll be staying here more often

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Gravel road path that leads right to the water

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