Coventry in Kent County, Rhode Island, is a town of more than 35,000 people. Coventry has the largest land area in the state, spanning over 42 square miles. The city is even known for its nature parks, trails, and other outdoor destinations. Come and explore the city with a charter bus in Coventry, Rhode Island today.
Coventry has four national historic districts: Anthony Village Historic District, Rice City Historic District, South Main Street Historic District, and the Carbuncle Hill Archaeological District. The first three districts have old and historic houses and even mills that you might want to check out. The Carbuncle Hill Archaeological District, meanwhile, encompasses a cluster of archaeological sites where you can see prehistoric patterns of stone tool use, procurement, and development.
Aside from these districts, Coventry also has other villages that were founded in the 19th century. Most of these are mill villages.
You can also ask your charter bus in Coventry, Rhode Island to take your group to the Paine House, a large 2-1/2-story wood frame house that was built around 1691 by sawmill owner Samuel Bennett. The house was enlarged and a part was converted into a tavern during the 18th century before it was purchased by the Paine Family in 1866. It was later donated to the Western Rhode Island Civic Historical Society and operated as a historic house museum. It is included in the National Register of Historic Places. Visit the Paine House and admire its Colonial era furnishings.
Another site on the register that is truly worth visiting is the Major General Nathanael Greene Homestead. This national historic landmark was built in 1770 and is open for public tours.
Other sites on the National Register of Historic Places are the Arkwright Bridge, the Isaac Bowen House, the Joseph Briggs House-Coventry Town Farm, the Christopher Rhodes Greene House, the Harris Mill, the Hopkins Hollow Village, the Interlaken Mill Bridge, the Moosup River Site, Pawtuxet Valley Dyeing Company, Read School, the Waterman Tavern, the William Waterman House, and the Wilson-Winslow House.
You can find a few recreation facilities in town. You can hop on a charter bus in Coventry, Rhode Island and go to the Carbuncle Pond, which is popular for freshwater fishing. There's also Johnson's Pond, which is a waterfront neighborhood that houses facilities for fishing and for watersports.
Meanwhile, you can check out the George B. Parker woodland, which offers several hiking trails, or the Coventry Greenway, which is a walking, cycling, and horsing trail.
The town also has parks, neighborhood playgrounds, and community playfields such as the Briar Point Breach and Picnic Area, Quidnick Playground, Fish Hill Ballfields, and Walker Ridge, among many others.
If you want to go shopping, Coventry has specialty shops and small stores. You can also get your basic needs from the town's Walmart Supercenter, Super Stop & Shop, Summit General Store, Ocean State Job Lot, and Dave's Marketplace.
Coventry has restaurants and eateries worth trying like De Petrillo's Pizza, Borrelli's Pastry Shop, Westcott House, Dragon Palace, The Cozy Grill Family Restaurant, Cilantromex, Michael Gelina's Ice Cream, Santoros Pizza, Pagliarini's Family Restaurant, and The Old Theater Diner.
If you want to play golf, you can check out Coventry Pines Country Club, Tin Cup Golf & Driving, or Washington Village Golf Course.
Go on a wine tasting and tour at the family-run ShelaLara Vineyards & Winery. You should also go to Greenwhich Cove Meadery and taste some meads.
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