Newport is a coastal city rich in beauty, history, and cultural interest.
The coastal city of Newport, Rhode Island is located about 30 miles southeast of Providence, in the Narragansett bay. Newport is accessible from route 95, which is just 30 minutes away.
The city has become a tourist and resort hotspot. In fact, its nickname is “America's First Resort”.
Visitors enjoy such sights as The Breakers, a historic mansion spanning 13 acres. Guided tours of the mansion are offered year-round.
Many of Newport's hotels date back to the popular resort days of the 1920's. Establishments such as the Hotel Viking offer elegant accommodations reminiscent of the early 20th century. The Oceancliff Hotel boasts sprawling gardens and castle-like architecture, making guests feel as if they are modern day royalty.
There are no shortages of activities offered in Newport. Harbor cruises, lighthouses, theaters, parks, museums, and scenic drives abound in Newport. Thames Street is a popular destination with its cobblestone roads and interesting architecture.
Newport boasts more than 200 restaurantswith dining options to suit every whim and budget.
There are five elementary schools in Newport. These schools educate children in grades K-5. All five schools have less than 300 students enrolled, giving them a small-town feel. The middle school has about 500 children enrolled in grades 6-8. In addition, two private schools educate children in grades PK-8.
The high school educates a little over 600 students in grades 9-12. It has the distinction of having the second oldest JROTC program in the country.
|Population Growth (since 2010)||-0.83 %|
|Population Density (people / sq. mile)||3,188.6|
|Household Size (people)||2.05|
|Households w/ Children||18.14 %|
|Annual Residential Turnover||23.95 %|
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