Hot Spot RI-min

Wawaloam Campground is located in the quaint and secluded town of West Kingston, RI! This large, family-oriented campground has activities for adults and children of all ages!

While you’re not enjoying everything Wawaloam Campground has to offer, you can soak up the history of the town of Kingston. Be sure to enjoy the sites of the town while biking the William C. O’Neill’s Bike Path, and don’t forget to visit Brandon Farm, where you can enjoy freshly picked fruits, vegetables, and more. 

There are so many reasons we chose this town as our Road Adventures Hot Spot. Read below to learn more!


South County Center for the Arts

This glorious courthouse, which was built in 1893, is rich with history and stories and serves as an arts and music educational organization and community arts center. The Courthouse Center for the Arts provides theater, music, art and child development programs!


William C. O’Neill Bike Path

Don’t forget to bring your bike along on your trip, so you can enjoy all of the adventure and fun that the William C. O’Neill Bike Path located right in the heart of West Kingston, Rhode Island!


Brandon Farm

Brandon Family Farm was created to provide healthy, real food to nourish people. They believe in the power of good food to improve lives and make society better by raising about 40 different kinds of seasonal certified organic vegetables, fruit, pepitas and hemp on 20 acres of fertile land in South Kingstown. 


International Pocket Cafe

The International Pocket Cafes have been family owned and operated since 1990. In addition to their authentic Lebanese and Middle Eastern cuisine, and with a large and diverse student population at URI, they expanded their menu to include such items as buffalo wings, mozzarella sticks, french fries and steak and cheese subs.

They take pride in serving the freshest ingredients, healthy portions and tasty menu items – at affordable prices.


Wawaloam Campground

Wawaloam, named after a Nipmuck Native American Princess, is truly a family affair. In 1969, Jim and Maureen Smith began their dream of running a successful vacation destination for campers visiting the Southern New England area. Nearly fifty years and three generations later, Wawaloam has become a favorite place for campers of all ages.

Everyone is encouraged to participate in the various activities Wawaloam has to offer: from crafts to dances, movies to mini golf, and more Wawaloam has activities for everyone in your family.

They take pride in their campground and it shows!


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 About us: Courthouse Center for the ARTS: Southern Ri’s Theatre, live music, arts and more! Courthouse Center For The Arts | Southern RI’s Theatre, Live Music, Arts and More! (2021, May 25).


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