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The Weather in South Kingstown
This is the climate diagram in South Kingstown. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 28°. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is September.
Explore beaches and trails with a South Kingstown vacation rental
With several beaches, hiking trails, bike paths, lakes, and a wildlife refuge to explore, outdoors enthusiasts will adore this charming Rhode Island town, and all the fun starts with the right South Kingstown vacation rental. Spend your vacation as a couple in a rustic yet stylish cabin with great views of the Narrow River, or let your family enjoy the privacy and comfort of a secluded villa, which makes the whole trip even more enjoyable.
Dig in to delicious food
Get a taste of Thai cuisine with a stop at Sa-Tang, which offers a great selection of tea, desserts, and Thai snacks. Roman-style dishes are just as delicious, and Trattoria Romana Wakefield is the place to go for such menu options. Or, if you are into freshly prepared seafood and steak, try the Shogun Steak & Seafood House, a family-friendly spot that also serves cocktails and sushi.
Learn and embrace
For art lovers, this can be a great area to experience the local art, with great art galleries such as South County Art Association in Kingston, Hera Gallery in Wakefield and the Courthouse Center for the Arts in West Kingston.
Enjoy an entertaining evening with live performances at theaters such as The Contemporary Theater and the Theater-by-the-Sea, or check out live music at the University of Rhode Island's Ryan Center and Lily Pads.
Brace yourself for the outdoors
Trustom Pond Wildlife Refuge is a popular spot for birdwatching, hiking and spotting wildlife. With short and well-maintained walking paths, the whole family can enjoy the scenery here.
Head to the Indian Lake, which is close to the Narragansett Town beach, for lots of activities on the water, including fishing, canoeing, sailing, and kayaking. Then, don't forget to stop by the East Matunuck State Beach, a state-managed recreation area that is great for swimming and picnicking.
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