South County RI
South County, Rhode Island consists of
Charleston, Coventry, East Greenwich, West
Greenwich, Westerly, Richmond, Hopkinton,
Narragansett, South Kingston, North
Kingston, and Exeter. This county takes up
about 100 miles of the most beautiful
eastern sea border found on the East Coast.
Charleston is the location of Ninigret Park.
This park plays venue to many popular,
annual events including the Charlestown
Seafood Festival, Rhythm & Roots Music
Festival and the Big Apple Circus. Also
located in the area are the new U.S. Fish &
Wildlife Service headquarters and the Kettle
Pond Visitor Center where you will be able
to experience Rhode Island hands on.
Coventry is the largest area in all of Rhode
Island. This town is noted as being one of
the most famous historical areas in the
state. The homestead of General Greene, the
young soldier that served under former
president George Washington, is still
preserved and open to tourists.
The entire region is full of old
colonial style homes for you to marvel at as
you take a leisurely stroll or bike ride.
This is one of the most people scenes in all
of Rhode Island. East Greenwich is the best
location to head to when you’re hungry and
looking for the best place around to eat.
The area boasts the best fine dining
experience in the eastern part of the state.
West Greenwich is the local hub for most
business activities. If you have wandered to
Rhode Island on business, rather then
pleasure, this will be the town that you
frequent the most.
Westerly is the most popular
summer resort community that Rhode Island
has to offer. The downtown area is full of
old Victorian style homes and businesses
that still remain untouched after all these