North Kingstown, a thriving suburban community, just twenty minutes from the city of Providence, is also home to a carefully preserved historic village from the 1700's, a thriving farming community and modern day convenience.
Walk the streets of Wickford Village, which rests along the shores of Narragansett Bay to experience a way of life from the past, when fishing was one of the most important livelihoods in the state. Enjoy small town parades, the renowned annual Wickford Art Festival, local chowder events, endless antiquing and a spirited sense of year round community. Travel south along the historic Post Road to explore neighborhoods hidden from view hugging the coast of Rhode Island's famous Bay. Stop at the carefully preserved Casey Farm to buy some fresh vegetables or take a tour of the house and farm buildings. Mosey along roads in Saunderstown and discover a peaceful beach community with its own beach and waterfront.
Still interested in some historic treasures? Visit Smith's Castle or The Gilbert Stuart Homestead and Museum, home to the famous artist himself.
With easy access to Newport via the Jamestown Bridge, North Kingstown is popular with those who love the cultural opportunities of Providence and Newport. For recreational boaters, North Kingstown is a nirvana. With its prime location on the west side of Narragansett Bay, sailing clubs and fishermen rub shoulders at the town's numerous marinas. The town is also home to a thriving small seal population that can be viewed from Rome Point, at the John H. Chafee Nature Preserve.
These qualities combined with a top school district make North Kingstown a unique and sought after place to live. A new T Stop with its own parking facility make commuting to Providence or Boston an easy option.