Things to do in Hopkinton

Washington County, Rhode Island, offers a splendid mix of outdoor activities and scenic spots that are perfect for both adventure enthusiasts and families looking to settle in a vibrant area.

Hopkinton, Rhode Island, is a charming town that beckons with its rustic beauty and range of activities for visitors. Those interested in the outdoors will find the town's hiking paths, such as those in the Rockville Management Area, perfect for experiencing the tranquility of nature. The town is also a favorite among fishing enthusiasts, with the Wood River offering excellent trout fishing opportunities. For a step back in time, the Tomaquag Museum is just a short drive away, offering insights into Native American history and culture. Hopkinton also hosts various local events throughout the year, including the Hope Valley Fishing Tournament and country fairs that embody New England charm. Moreover, antique lovers and boutique shoppers can browse unique local shops that reflect the town's historical and artistic heritage. Whether it's outdoor adventures, cultural exploration, or simply enjoying the scenic views, Hopkinton provides a delightful escape.


Shopping & Things To Do In Hopkinton

Shopping center near Rt.138 / I-195 Junction — Head east on Route 138 out of Wyoming and there is a shopping center with Ocean State Job Lot and Stop & Shop.

Hopkinton is off the beaten path (at least for most Rhode Islanders). Besides the shopping center mentioned above, you can visit Hope Valley for general stores, small grocery, and Ma & Pa’s Country Store.

Started in 1917, Camp Yawgoog is the oldest and largest Boy Scout camp in Rhode Island situated on 1800 acres of land in Rockville, RI.

50-acres of camping grounds under towering pines and heavy forest. RV sites, tent sites, and cabin rentals are available for visitors.

hiking and walking trails over varied terrain, swimming, and open year-round for visitors.

One of the more challenging areas to hike in Rhode Island. The trails surround Ell Pond and Long Pond, ranging from two to four miles in length.

Year-round open golf course (weather permitting) for the public. 18-hole, Par 69. Tee times are not necessary because there is usually no wait time to begin.

A public, 18-hole championship golf course with a banquet hall and restaurant (The Clubhouse Grill). Has earned four-star ratings from USA Today and Golf Digest.