Coventry is a small town located in the state of Rhode Island. It is part of Kent County. The town was incorporated in 1741 and is home to about 35,000 people. Coventry is known for its rolling hills and rural beauty. The town is home to several parks and outdoor recreational areas, including the Coventry Greenway and the Pulaski Wildlife Management Area. The town is also known for its historical sites, such as the former Coventry Iron Works and the Revolutionary War site of Fort Greene.