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Lifeguards taking out a boat

South Kingstown

South Kingstown is home to two of South County's scenic beaches, tranquil farmlands, and historic landmarks. Downtown Wakefield is situated on the revitalized Saugatucket River, an architectural sight to behold. Unique shops and restaurants line Main St. featuring exquisite antiques, garden supplies, apparel, gifts, crafts, and more! 

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Visitors enjoy the riverfront walkway as well as The William C. O'Neill Bike Path, which links with the Saugatucket River Walkway and crosses the historic downtown village of Wakefield. South Kingstown is also home of the University of Rhode Island. The spectacular 7,700 seat Thomas M. Ryan Center hosts events from basketball and the circus to classical music performances and contemporary music. The Kingston Train Station with Amtrak service for the Northeast corridor, is also located here, and the Railroad Museum of Rhode Island is located in the train station building. No matter your preferred method of embracing South Kingstown, the universal language of food, fun and fresh air can be enjoyed by all!

Kenyon Corn Meal Co

Motorcycles

Azaleas

Hot Air balloons

Sitting on the Beach

Wooden tower

Lifeguard Chair

Kayaks

Antique chest