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North Kingstown Travel Guide  

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Bordered by the Narragansett Bay on one side, the town of North Kingstown is situated in Washington County in Rhode Island, USA and covers an area of 84.9 sq km.
North Kingstown has a continental climate, where the temperatures are moderated by the bay. The average summer temperature is around 23°C, and in winter, the average temperature falls to –2°C. Rainfall is evenly distributed throughout the year.
The town’s history and Native American tradition can be found in two of its landmarks—Rolling Rock and Queens Fort. With its old churches and quaint homes, the town has an Old World charm.
North Kingston is made up of Quonset Point and six villages and has a population of around 30,000. Known as Rhode Island’s sea town, it is blessed with a beautiful coastline and a natural harbour. Its location on the bay and its climate facilitate outdoor activities like boating and fishing.

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Reviews North Kingstown

Robert Bale
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Overall Guide : North Kingstown is a popular resort which has a number of beaches and a natural harbor. There are also many old buildings and historical sites in this small town with a population of approximately 26,000 inhabitants. The Quonset Air Museum... more is an aviation attraction which displays a number of aviation and aircraft artifacts. The museum also gives information about Rhode Island’s part in the history of space exploration and aviation. Smith’s Castle is a country manor house built in 1640 by Richard Smith and was previously used as a trading post. Peace Dale is a small town near North Kingstown which has a museum of primitive culture and art and displays a number of weapons, tools and utensils from various cultures. The Green Animals Topiary garden in a place called Portsmouth near North Kingstown has sculptures in animal forms and the garden was built in the year 1872.  
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