Tiverton | Population: 15,780 (2010 census) • Area: 36.3 square miles
Tiverton is situated on the eastern side of the Sakonnet River. With this water access, it is easy to understand that boating and maritime industries are virtually year-round activities. Tiverton Four Corners, south of the main part of town, is one of Rhode Island's historic sites and has become a favorite retreat for collectors of art and antiques, lovers of ice cream and people who like to browse small speciality stores. The pastoral scenery, stone walls and nature preserves make this area alluring to outdoor enthusiasts. Whether it is walking in the Pardon Gray Preserve or Weetamoo Woods, canoeing and bird watching along the marshlands and Sakonnet River coastlands or swimming and picnicking with family at Fogland Beach, Tiverton is treasured by all who visit and live here.