Pop The Question: Best Proposal Spots in Newport County

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Whether you’re a hopeful husband-to-be or a potential bride who may “accidentally” be saving this post to their bookmarks in order to drop a hint, we can point you in the right direction for the most breathtaking proposal spots in Newport, Rhode Island.



Brenton Point State Park

Overlooking Newport’s famous Ocean Drive, crashing waves and high flying kites make the perfect backdrop for getting down on one knee. Make this life changing experience an event with a picnic down on the rocky shore, or plan to come in the evening for what’s certain to be one of the most incredible sunsets you’ve ever seen.


Fort Adams

Create your own Newport history by making the next step in your relationship official in this historic former US Army fortress. Pop the question on the sprawling North lawn or inside the fort’s brick tunnels for an unexpected twist!


Castle Hill Lighthouse

As one of the most popular choices for proposal destinations, the Castle Hill Lighthouse offers an  intimate location with spectacular views. Romantic and isolated, this Newport spot does require a bit of climbing and navigating to get to, but as you can see the result is well worth it.


Bowen’s Wharf

Bowen’s Wharf boasts its seaside charm in front of thousands of people all season long. Boats bob in the water and pedestrians poke in and out of shops along the wharf daily. If you’re looking for an audience in the heart of Newport, this is the place to do it.


Norman Bird Sanctuary

Share your moment with the wild. It’s not just birds you’ll see at this Middletown location; deer and other wildlife take refuge. Scale the majestic hanging rock or stroll along the path; from wherever you stand the views are unforgettable. If you’re lucky you’ll see a number of creatures, and if you’re really lucky you’ll get a, “yes!”


Goat Island

An island in the middle of Narragansett Bay, Goat Island is close to, but separate, from the downtown Newport area. With arguably the best views of the bridge as well as up close and personal photo ops with the Newport Harbor Lighthouse, you can’t go wrong with planning your proposal here.


Where did you pop the question in Newport County? We want to hear from you!



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