Browning Homestead 161 Matunuck School House Rd, South Kingstown, RI02879 Browning Homestead is a free range farm, raising grass-fed beef and lamb. Farmer Bill Browning raises heritage breeds,…More including Dexter, Scottish Highland and Dexter/Hereford crossbred, cattle. His sheep are the “South County Special” variety, as well as Shropshire and Tunis. All livestock is all natural and hormone-free. The farm also produces eggs and crops of corn and pumpkins. Foods from Browning Homestead may be found at the South Kingstown and Charlestown farmers markets.
Goose Pond Farm Stand 545 Waites Corner Rd, West Kingston, RI02892 The Goose Pond Farm Stand sells organic fruits, vegetables, herbs and jumbo brown eggs. It also has flowers available.…More The farm is family owned.
Sosnowski Farm Store 3 Waites Corner Rd, West Kingston, RI02892 Locally grown produce straight from the farm to your table is available here from July through December. Products change…More with the seasons.
South Kingstown Wintertime Market 1425 Kingstown Rd, South Kingstown, RI02879 South Kingstown Wintertime Market is Rhode Island's longest-running farmers market. It offers customers a huge…More selection of items. Vendors come from all over the area and sell a wide range of food products, including apples, poultry, beef, oysters, clams, fish, lobsters, baked goods, fresh eggs and bread items, among many others. The Saturday market also offers numerous cheeses, skin care products, tote bags, aprons, custom-made wood products, herbal products, fresh cut flowers and more. Visit the website for a list of all the vendors who attend, as well as news and information about special events.
Beautiful historic Sunset Farms is situated on nearly 200 acres of preserved land off Pt. Judith Road in…More Narragansett, which also includes the landmark Kinney Bungalow. Francis S. Kinney, tobacco and real estate millionaire, built the East Indian-style bungalow in 1899 to host parties for his daughter, Frances, and also as a place to gather following polo matches.
Following Kinney's death, Sunset Farms was sold to the Chase/Ewing family, where Lucia Chase Ewing, co-founder of the American Ballet Theater, used the bungalow as a summer rehearsal site.
In 1991, Sunset Farms and the bungalow was acquired by the Town of Narragansett Land Conservancy and Trust, and following major renovations, it was opened to the public in 2002 for weddings and other private functions.
A farmers' market is held at Sunset Farms during summer months, and the public is welcome to come and visit April - November and enjoy the spectacular grounds.