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The Weather in Tiverton
This is the climate diagram in Tiverton. July is the warmest month of the year in Tiverton with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 84°. However, temperatures can go lower than 23° in Tiverton in January. The rainiest month is December while the driest month is August.
Enjoy Rhode Island with Tiverton vacation homes
Tiverton, Rhode Island, is surrounded by colonial villages, peaceful countryside, and sandy beaches. Explore stunning historic homes, and discover Revolution-era and Native American history in the south-east corner of this charming New England state.
Tiverton through time
Tiverton played its part in the Revolutionary War, with the men of the city taking part in the Battle of Freetown in 1778. Tiverton was also a refuge for Americans fleeing British occupation, and a mustering spot for colonial troops. Learn more about this engrossing history at Fort Barton.
Many other traces of the town's long history remain. Check out Bourne Mill, a textile mill dating from 1881, that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Meanwhile, the Cook-Bateman Farm dates to 1730 and has evidence of Native American occupation.
Family time in Tiverton
Fogland Beach is a long, sandy stretch of beach that has gentle, protected surf making it ideal for families. What's more, you can launch your own fishing boat or kayak into the water and paddle around yourself. There's even a playground and picnic tables where you can enjoy al fresco dining.
Kids will get a kick out of cycling around Weetamoo Woods & Pardon Gray Preserve. This tranquil and leafy part of town is the ideal retreat when it's just too warm to stay on the beach.
Exploring Rhode Island
Cliff Walk, in nearby Newport, is one of the must-see attractions of Rhode Island. The 3.5mi. hike runs along the coast and passes opulent mansions. Culminating in the delightful Bailey's Beach, this National Recreation Trail affords breathtaking views of the coastline.
In the summer, Providence - the state's capital city, becomes a giant carnival. WaterFire art installations by Barnaby Evans light up the river and gondolas sweep along it. There's even ballroom dancing held on the banks of the river banks, in what is a feast for the senses.
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