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According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of , of which is land and (10.44%) is water. It includes several beaches on Narragansett Bay including Scarborough Beach State Park, one of Rhode Island's most popular state parks with over 1 million visitors annually; and Galilee Beach in South Kingstown, a nude beach that was established by local residents in 1970 as an alternative to Scarborough for those who wanted more privacy than provided at other nearby beaches. The town also contains numerous coves along its coastline such as Caneron's Cove and Point Judith Pond which are protected from ocean waves by barrier islands or sandbars such as Prudence Island and Hog Island respectively. The highest point in Narragansett is Jerimoth Hill at above sea level located near the northern border with North Kingstown next to Fort Getty on Goat Hill Road overlooking Blockhouse Pond Reservoir where it borders Exeter, Rhode Island..