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Looking for Storage in South Kingstown – Find Store Space at 94 Old Tower Hill Rd – We’re about 10 minutes from the University of Rhode Island, located next to the Volkswagen dealership in South Kingstown, RI. Rent online or by phone at 401-756-1600, or stop in to rent a storage unit in South Kingstown!
Features and amenities at this location include:
- Climate-Controlled Storage Units
- Drive-Up Storage Units
- Variety of Unit Sizes
- ADA Accessible Parking
- 10% Discount For Active Military & Veterans
- Gate Access 6 a.m. – 10 p.m. Daily
- Fully Stocked Store with Boxes, Tape and Supplies
What We Like About South Kingstown
With a nickname like "The Ocean State," it's safe to say Rhode Island comes with its own expectations. Fresh seafood, beaches, and lots of outdoor activities.
South Kingstown is smack-dab in the middle of all that, Narragansett Town Beach and East Matunuck State Beach are about 10 minutes away, each offering its own experience. East Matunuck is known for its strong surf, while Narragansett is noted for its clean waters and easy-access beach.
Want a scenic hiking trek along the coastline? Black Point Trailhead (and the Black Point Ruins) are part of the Scarborough State Beach area, just 12 minutes away.
The Narragansett people historically occupied a winter camp in the area around South Kingstown. In the mid-17th Century, Roger Williams, the founder of Rhode Island, purchased much of the land that’s now part of Washington County, including South Kingstown.
After several conflicts in the area, including the Great Swamp Fight of 1675, South Kingstown and North Kingstown were officially incorporated on Feb. 25, 1723.
Because South Kingstown is so close to the Atlantic, there are a number of great seafood restaurants in the area.
Closest to town are Benny's Clam Shack and TwoTen Oyster Bar & Grill. Two of the area's top destinations are Matunuck Oyster Bar, a few minutes south on Succotash Road and Monahan's Clam Shack, just a few miles east in Narragansett.
Make sure to check out the Ocean Catch Seafood Market for fresh, local seafood. If you don't want to do the prep-work and cooking, they also offer prepared foods to go!
What's in a name?
If you're new to the region, it's easy to get confused about all the names of the towns and villages in the area. South Kingstown is a town and Wakefield is a village. Wakefield and neighboring Peacedale are also lumped together as a census-designated place, for all you fans of statistics. It's a New England thing!