West Greenwich, Rhode Island
Situated in the Kent County in the state of Rhode Island, United States, the quiet and peaceful town of West Greenwich was founded in the year 1741 after its separation from East Greenwich. West Greenwich is a historic town that houses several notable buildings and structures. Whether it is the Louttit Library or the West Greenwich Baptist Church and Cemetery, the Stephen Allen House or the Hopkins Hollow Village, the buildings and structures exhibit the importance of the town in the pages of history. The abundance of parks and recreational areas ensures a lot of outdoor recreational activities such as hiking, camping and fishing among others in the town.