Finding Apartments for Rent in North Kingstown, RI
North Kingstown offers several options for renting condos, apartments, single family homes, and multifamily homes. If you're looking for North Kingstown condo rentals, focus your search on the neighborhoods of Cardinal Ridge, Cedarhurst, Fairways, Hamilton Harbour, Oceanwoods, and Quidnessett Country Club. If you're looking to rent an apartment or a home, focus your search instead on the areas of Bissell Cove, Cedarhurst, Duck Cove, Lone Tree Point, Mount View, Plum View, Shore Acres, Quidnessett , Slocum Woods, Wickford Highlands, Wickford Points, or Wickford Village
Top Neighborhoods in North Kingstown, RI
North Kingstown has the look and feel of a small town, with the coastal amenities of a beach town. The community is a great one for families, and also for individuals who work or study ay the nearby University of Rhode Island. Quidnissett, Mount View, Shore Acres, Slocum, and the center of town have higher real estate value (and pricier rents) than other communities. Generally speaking, anywhere in North Kingstown is safe and pleasant.
Shopping in North Kingstown, RI
The Wickford Junction shopping center offers a mixed-use apartment complex and retail shopping center, with major retailers including Wal-Mart, Staples, Hair Crew International, Nail Crew, Webster Bank, Junction Trattoria and Bistro, Wickford Junction Medical Walk In, Tente Physical Therapy, Aesthetic Dentistry of Wickford, and M & N Cleaners. Also in North Kingstown, the Main Street corridor is home to several small boutiques and independent stores, including the card shop Blue Hydrangea; Different Drummer, a gift shop; RE, which sells home decor and antiques; and the Grateful Heart bookstore.
Dining in North Kingstown, RI
North Kingstown has many ethnic and fine dining restaurants to choose from. Top picks include Seven Moods Restaurant, which serves a variety of Asian foods; O Sushi, a sushi restaurant; El Tapatio, a Mexican restaurant; Plum Point Bistro, which serves upscale American food; Duffy's Tavern, a casual seafood restaurant; Siena, a tapas bar; Rasa, an Indian restaurant; Gillian Ale House, a casual American restaurant; and Bravo Wood Fires Pizza, which serves pizza. Also in North Kingstown, the Great Harvest Bread Company sells bread and prepared sandwiches.
Weather in North Kingstown, RI
North Kingstown experiences four distinct seasons, like the rest of New England. Generally speaking, spring starts out cold and warms up to become quite pleasant. Spring can bring both sunny and rainy days, so it is always best to dress in layers. As spring turns to summer, the beaches of North Kingstown become a popular place to go to cool off in the chilly Atlantic waters. Summer days are hot and humid. Fall can be a very pleasant time of year, as the humidity lessens and days turn cooler. In fall, the changing colors of autumn can bring leaf peepers, tourists looking to take in the spectacular fall colors. Wintertime bring chilly temperatures, snow, and ice. This can make driving and walking a hazard.
Cultural Attractions in North Kingstown, RI
North Kingstown was home to the Quonset Air Base, where the original Quonset hut was invented. Today, a Quonset Air Museum sits on the site of the former air force base and offers several fighter planes, as well as historic Quonset huts. During summer, the North Kingstown Arts Council puts on free Thursday evening concerts at the beach, free music on Tuesday in Wickford Village, and "Take a Break" nighttime arts classes. The Kingstown Bowl and Club Roxx offer bowling, pool tables, movie nights, live music, and DJ events.
Sports in North Kingstown, RI
North Kingstown, RI does not offer any professional or semi-professional sports teams. The University of Rhode Island in nearby Kingston, RI, does offer college athletics. The community does, however, offer land and marine recreational activities including sea kayaking, sailing, swimming, golfing, running, bicycling, and walking. Beaches off nearby Newport, RI are renowned among surfers. Golfers will want to hit up the Kingstown Municipal Golf Course, a scenic golf course on the bay.
Transportation Options in North Kingstown, RI
RIPTA, the Rhode Island Public Transit Authority, operates a bus and trolley system that services North Kingstown and other communities in Rhode Island. RIPTA riders can pay per ride, or purchase a 24-hour pass, a 7-day pass, a monthly pass, or a 10-pack of individual rides. The North Kingstown train station connects North Kingstown to Providence and Boston. Amtrak also provides trains to nearby West Kingstown. From the West Kingstown Amtrak station, you can take a seasonal ferry to Martha's Vineyard or find van/car transportation to Newport.
The North Kingstown area is easily accessible via car, and ample public parking is available for visitors and residents alike.View Apartments in North Kingstown, Rhode Island
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