South Kingstown is a city in Washington Country, on the southern part of Rhode Island. It covers 79.8 sq mi (206.6 sq km) and has a population of 31,000 people (2011 estimate).
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Former Washington County Courthouse in West Kingstown village, South Kingstown, Rhode Island
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More on South KingstownThe history of South Kingstown goes back to 1722, when the former Kings Towne was split into two parts, the other becoming North Kingstown. Originally reaching the coast of Narragansett Bay, South Kingstown was reduced in size in 1888, when the site between Pettaquamscutt River and Narragansett Bay was separated from it, to create the town of Narragansett.
Today South Kingstown is the largest town in the South County region of Rhode Island. Within its boundary are smaller towns or villages such as Matunuck, Kingston and Wakefield. Kingston is home to the University of Rhode Island.
Visiting South KingstownInterstate 95 is the main highway to reach South Kingstown. If you're coming from the north, leave the I-95 at Exit 9, and continue south on Col. Rodman Highway. If you're coming from the south, leave the I-95 at Exit 3A and head east on Kingstown Road.
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