Rhode Island Park List

Riverside Athletic and Recreation Area

This multi-use facility includes baseball, softball, soccer and football fields. There is also a basketball court, playground (5-12 yr. olds) and park ...

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Riverside Square Park

The smallest park in the East Providence Parks System it's location makes up for the size. Riverside Square is adjacent to the East Bay Bike Path. Stop, sit and enjoy the passing car and bike traffic or enjoy one of the many fine small businesses ...

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Rockwell Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Located on historic Thames Street. This scenic park is on Rockwell Dock which overlooks the beautiful Bristol Harbor. The playground is designed for children of ages 1 through 7. The park also includes a boardwalk and ...

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Roger Wheeler State Beach

Made up of 27 acres, Roger W. Wheeler State Beach has been the former host of the Ironman Triathlon. In 1955, a collaboration between the National Park Service ushered in the construction of a new pavilion, which was specifically designed for ease in maintenance. This pavilion has modern features ...

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Roger Williams National Memorial

Roger Williams National Memorial commemorates the life of the founder of Rhode Island and a champion of the ideal of religious freedom. Williams, banished from Massachusetts for his beliefs, founded Providence in 1636. This colony served as a refuge where all could come to worship as their conscience dictated ...

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Roger Williams Park Zoo

Roger Williams Park Zoo is open year around, rain or shine - so you can come on "safari" during any season! The zoo is home to hundreds of rare and fascinating animals from around the world including polar bears, snow leopards, moon bears, giraffes and elephants all in ...

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Rogers High

Soccer, Tennis, ...

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Rolling Rock

Walking trails in woodland setting, over gently hilly ground with large glacial rocks, numerous stone walls, foundation pits of buildings long-gone, and a small stream. Lots of briars make trails ...

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Rose Garden Playground and Soccer Area

This twelve acre park has a playground (5-12 yr. olds), park shelter, walking trail and soccer field. The walking trail to the park may also be reached at the end of Church ...

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Rose Larisa Memorial Park

This 10.0 acre park is situated between the historic Looff Carousel and beautiful Narraganset Bay. The park includes a walking trail, picnic tables, and benches with scenic bay views. The music amphitheater is home of the East Providence Recreation ...

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Ryan Park

If you remember it only as the former Central Park, take another look. Ryan Park has undergone extensive redevelopment and it's now the jewel in the crown of North Kingstown's recreational facilities. Extensive walking trails, numerous ball fields, the North Kingstown Town Forest, boat ramp access to fishing on ...

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Sabin Point Park

This 4.0 acre park juts out into beautiful Narraganset Bay. The park includes a playground, basketball courts, pavilion, fishing pier, picnic tables and new concrete walking ...

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Sachuest Point National Wildlife Refuge

If you are looking for colorful, easy to see birds, then Sachuest Point National Wildlife Refuge is the place to be. The refuge is home to the second largest wintering population of harlequin ducks on the Atlantic coast. The harlequins, named after the clowns they resemble, can be seen ...

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Salty Brine State Beach

Salty Brine State Beach is dedicated to Rhode Island's most renowned radio figure, Salty Brine. This state beach is a quaint, small urban park made up of 1.1 acres of land. The beach is dominated by a lovely pier that attracts several different kinds of fisherman, as well as ...

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Sand Pond

Public Beach, Freshwater ...

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Sanders

Playground, ...

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Scarborough State Beach - North & South

This is one of Rhode Island's best saltwater beaches and recreational facility. The State Beach houses two Pavilions in the North and South, 75 picnic tables, hot and cold showers, a large paved parking lot to prevent overcrowding, and a concrete boardwalk with gazebos and an observation tower where ...

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Seapowet Marsh and Point Fishing Area

Primary use: Conservation area or wildlife refuge. Other uses: Historic interest, fishing, hiking/walking. Services: Boat ...

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Secret Lake

The lake offers good shore fishing and canoeing (no motors). Parking on side of road, and at nearby Ryan ...

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Senior Center Soccer Field

This facility is a turf soccer field available for various age ...

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Shady Lea Grove

Picnic benches, barbecue grills and shore fishing on Silver Spring Lake, a state-stocked trout ...

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Sherman

Playground, ...

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Signal Rock

Named for the rocky heights from which Native Americans sent signals to neighboring tribes. Later a Nike Missile defense site: now a multi-use playground and sports facility. Some of the Nike buildings still ...

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Silver Spring

State-stocked trout pond with handicapped-accessible fishing pier, and ramp for small boat launching (no ...

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Silver Spring Playground and Athletic Area

This six acre park is adjacent to the Silver Spring Elementary School. The facility has a playground (5-12 yr. olds), basketball court, park shelter, baseball and soccer ...

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Smith's Castle

18th Century herb and flower gardens, lovely setting on Wickford ...

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Snake Den State Park

Snake Den State Park is made up of 1000 acres of gorgeous, undeveloped property located along Route 6 in Johnston, Rhode Island. The Park is known as the host of beautiful self-guided walking trails, a gorgeous array of foliage, flowers and plants and not to mention a presently working ...

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South Field

Little League baseball field. Organizations: Tiverton Little ...

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