Lake Houses for Sale in Rhode Island
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Lands of America research shows that over half the land in Rhode Island is privately owned. Rhode Island is the smallest state in the country, as well as its smallest agricultural economy. Wedged between Connecticut and Massachusetts, its scenic coastal areas comprise pretty Atlantic beaches, bays and inlets. The state's wildlife agency manages 60,000 acres of land, including 25 wildlife management areas where hunters can shoot for deer, wild turkey and duck, among other species. Rhode Island ranks among the country's smallest states in terms of size, covering an area of 1,545 square miles (988,864 acres). In its entirety, 1,034 square miles (67 percent) covers land area, while the remaining 511 square miles is made up of water. Land for sale in Rhode Island includes farms, hunting land, recreational acreage and undeveloped land for future commercial or residential usage.