From around the world these webcams let you view Newport, Jamestown, Easton’s Beach and the Newport Harbor live from the comfort of your home, office or mobile device

These webcams across Newport County will allow you to get a feel for the surf, the weather, the crowds, and more.

Note, cameras do experience technical difficulties and may at times be down.


This view for WJAR’s Peoples Credit Union Skycam Network comes from Flo’s Clam Shack, 4 Wave Avenue in Middletown. WATCH THE VIDEO.

Easton’s Beach

NorthEast Surfing also has two cameras on Easton’s Beach – Newport Cam One (facing SW) &  Newport Cam Two (facing SE).

Newport Harbor / Newport – West View

WPRI has a live cam that looks from Newport Marriott back towards Newport Harbor and a live cam at Hotel Viking that looks towards the Pell Bridge.

Livestreaming Remote View: Newport Harbor – Newport, RI

Livestreaming Remote View: West Bay View – Newport, RI

Traffic Cameras – Newport County

Rhode Island Department of Transportation has traffic cameras on Route 24, Route 114 and Route 138. See the screenshots here.

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Through Sightsailing of Newport, Bowen’s Wharf has added a dock webcam. From sunrise to sunset during the spring, summer, and fall, you can view the bustling docks on Bowen’s Wharf. WATCH THE VIDEO

This view, courtesy of Lila Delman Real Estate, looks down at Easton’s and First Beach from the Cliff Walk. Visitors to the site can control this camera!  Watch the beach cam 

In 2020, Middletown launched a webcam at Second Beach. There are three different views.

  1. View from the Pavilion
  2. Sachuest Point Road and the Parking Lot at Second Beach
  3. Surfer’s End

Jamestown Harbor

This is the view, courtesy of Lila Delman Real Estate, of Jamestown Harbor from the docks at Ferry Wharf. The camera pans during the day for different views so check back often!

Watch the beach cam

Conanicut Island Raptor Project

This osprey nest webcam is a great webcam to watch in the spring and summer. WATCH THE VIDEO

This story was originally published on November 11, 2015, it has been updated.