East Greenwich is geographically located in the center of the State of Rhode Island, fifteen miles south of the state capitol in Providence. East Greenwich is the eighth oldest community in the state.
The town faces picturesque Narragansett Bay, and has the beauty and appeal of a seaport setting. Green hills, blue water, and quaint historic homes combine to produce a uniquely charming atmosphere.
Today, East Greenwich is an economically thriving community ideally located, compactly planned, culturally diverse, with distinctive urban, suburban and rural characteristics and a quintessential main street.
East Greenwich is located in Kent County. Accommodations in East Greenwich include the 1873 House, Allen House, and the Silverwood Bed And Breakfast and Vincent House. East Greenwich is part of the Providence-Fall River-Warwick metro area.