Warren is a beautiful seaside town nestled between Barrington and Bristol, located on the east bank of the Warren River. Warren’s working waterfront is one of the oldest in New England with multiple marine-based industries and a walkable, bustling downtown area. Once well-known as a shipbuilding and whaling port, Warren boasts an eclectic collection of shops, restaurants, antiques, and art galleries. The Bristol Warren Regional School District currently ranks among the top 15 in the state.
- The East Bay Bike Path runs through Warren, running over 14 miles to connect Providence and Bristol, with much of the path winding along the water.
- Water Street in Warren is a quieter, walkable road that runs parallel to the coastline on one side and Main Street on the other. Water Street is home to many fantastic restaurants including The Wharf, The Square Peg, and Revival Craft Kitchen & Bar, and Cafe Water Street.
- Enjoy an iconic Del’s Lemonade, with a brick-and-mortar location along the bike path. You may also see their trucks located around the East Bay!
- The Audubon Touisset Marsh Wildlife Refuge is a 1.2 mile loop trail with flat terrain suitable for all ages and skill levels. It offers 66 acres of hardwood forests, fields of flowers, and scenic salt marsh overlooks. The westernmost part of the trail runs along the Kickemuit River, providing expansive water views.
- Among the many stores in downtown Warren, the Imagine Gift Store claims to be the largest in New England. They are located in the restored Lyric Theater with three floors of unique gifts.