Hopkinton, Rhode Island

Our town is located on the south western side of Rhode Island, bordering the State of Connecticut to the west, the towns of Exeter and Richmond to the north, and the towns of Charlestown and Westerly to the south. We are the first locality in Rhode Island on the south end of the Interstate 95 corridor.

Our town has a population of about 6000. We have some small businesses, a few manufacturing firms, and many acres of protected and state owned land. There are golf courses, camp grounds, and antique shops that make Hopkinton a true tourist attraction. Many use the Wood River and Hopkinton's pristine ponds for fishing, kayaking and canoeing. The surrounding forests are full of wildlife. There are many hiking trails and great hunting spots.

Our form of government is by Town Council. Many residents volunteer their time on town committees to maintain Hopkinton's rural atmosphere while balancing the needs of a thriving community.


Town Council Phone   Fax
Jill Matson (Council President) 
Scott Bill Hirst (Vice-President)
Brian Scott
Bob Corrigan
Marilyn Grant At Casamundo you can see further holiday homes