Tiverton, Rhode Island

This quaint seaside town features fine art galleries, cozy shops, and unique dining, all nestled into breathtaking 18th century architecture. Recognized for its endless stone walls, pastoral scenes, and numerous farmlands, Tiverton has been on the National Historic Register for over 30 years.

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Windsurf at Fogland Beach as you enjoy views of the Sakonnet River and the Portsmouth shoreline or spend a crisp autumn day observing egrets, herons, and osprey as you explore Tiverton's endless acres of open space. The Tiverton Land Trust protects one of the east coast's largest coastal greenways, including Weetamoo Woods and Pardon Gray Preserve. Encompassing 30 square miles of land area and 7 square miles of water, Tiverton is a desirable summer resort area as well as a residential community with universal appeal. The town is just an hour and a half from Boston and a half hour from downtown Newport.

Tiverton is one of the towns that comprise the Farm Coast.  For more information about the Farm Coast, click here.