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Things to Do

Discover Scituate Rhode Island

  • Visit the Hope Mill: Hope Mill is a historic gristmill located in the village of North Scituate. The mill was built in the early 19th century and is now a museum that offers tours and educational programs.
  • Hike at the George Washington Management Area: The George Washington Management Area is a state forest located in Scituate. It has miles of trails for hiking, biking, and horseback riding.
  • Visit the Scituate Art Festival: The Scituate Art Festival is an annual event that takes place over Columbus Day weekend. It features over 200 artists and craftspeople, live music, and food vendors.
  • Explore the Scituate Reservoir: The Scituate Reservoir is a man-made lake that provides drinking water for Providence and surrounding areas. It has several parks and trails for fishing, boating, and hiking.
  • Visit the Stephen Hopkins House: The Stephen Hopkins House is a historic home in Scituate that was built in 1707. It is now a museum that offers tours and educational programs on colonial life in Rhode Island.