Kennebunk has one and I believe Nauset too. The Nantasket one is a great idea. Let's show a live cam of a lake.
Stay in school gram brah. Forget talking to us during school hours if you do have free time and spend it either kicking it to the wahines or working on dry land pop-ups during lunch break. No one will mess with you then.
There's one for Matunuck,, but I can't tell you where to find it on the web.
Why? It's one of the most crowded spots in the northeast. Who cares if there's a cam there. The ocean mist USED to have a cam there. There is no cam for matunuck point rock reef now as far as I know. The cam situation in RI really is quite poor. Warm winds finally went streaming. About time. The first beach cam is useless. It's too zoomed out. You have no idea how big the waves are. Only useful cam is warm winds. So basically one cam for an entire state. And this state is so geographically open to different swell angles.