Try Your Hand at Polo
Experience the beach a new way. Ride horseback while playing one or Rhode...Read More
South County is home to Rhode Island's largest town, Coventry, with an area of 65 square miles which was purchased from the Narragansett Indian Tribe. Steeped in history, Coventry's most famous citizen, General Nathanael Greene, at the age of 33 served as the youngest second-in-command to General George Washington during the Revolutionary War. Tour his homestead that was restored and refurbished in the period style. Walk, bike or roller blade on the paved path along the Coventry Greenway or the Trestle Trail from Coventry to Connecticut.
If you're visiting South County, Rhode Island this Fourth of July, you'll find restrictions due to COVID have been largely relaxed and our beaches are fully open, as are restaurants, bars... Read More
While in Southern Rhode Island, visit Summit Village, a picturesque setting of colonial homes, village churches, stone walls, gardens and the Summit General Store. There is so much to do, so bring the family and enjoy the adventure of Coventry!