West Greenwich is a large rural town in Kent County, Rhode Island with a population of approximately 6,000 residents. The town has maintained its rural landscape and has many farms around town that residents and visitors can enjoy.
Leyden Farm Vineyards and Winery is one of the many family owned businesses in the town. The farm is a popular location for buying Christmas trees and wine that is made on the property.
The Mishnock Barn is also a popular West Greenwich attraction known as the “Best Country Western Dance Club in Rhode Island.” The barn is family run and has three dancing floors with about 3,000 square feet of dancing space.
This rural town is 51 square miles and is perfect for farming and horse riding. Stepping Stone Ranch is one of the many horse ranches in the town offering riding lessons, horse boarding and trail riding.
Because of its rural landscape, many West Greenwich properties have farms and horse stables on the property. Much of the real estate in West Greenwich are singlefamily homes with several acres of land. Most homes for sale are in the styles of Colonials, Capes and Ranches.
West Greenwich is a wellspring of tranquility. While its location makes it ideal for commuters, the community has seen significant growth as major companies have relocated or opened large facilities in-town.
The woodland splendor of the Arcadia Management Area is designed deliberately for fishing, boating, hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding. This spot is a sanctuary for nature lovers. West Greenwich provides the kind of sprawling suburban living that is rapidly becoming a rarity.
West Greenwich is made up of the villages of: Escoheag, Hopkins Hill, Kitt's Corner, Mishnock, Nooseneck, Robin Hollow, West Greenville Center, Wickaboxet.