This park is casually referred to as Boon Street Park. A summer basketball league is held here and it's a popular…More spot for year-round residents and University of Rhode Island students to play outdoor pick-up basketball. A bike path is also available nearby on Boon Street.
The Leroy Thompson Memorial Playground is a small facility located just past the basketball court. It has several slides, some swings and a large toy dinosaur for playing. Parking for the playground and park is limited and often snapped up quickly by beach goers in the summer, since the Narragansett seawall is just a block away.
Fagan Park 180 Dam St, Wakefield, RI02879 Located just off of the William C. O'Neill bike path at the end of Dam Street, Fagan Park is a hidden refuge that is…More relatively unknown. Tucked into the woods, this quiet playground and basketball court is the perfect place for a stop during a bike ride or walk, or to spend an afternoon to yourself. A large field is also available for general recreation.
Ryan Center - University of Rhode Island One Lincoln Almond Plaza, Kingston, RI02881 This 7,600-seat arena is the home of the men's and women's basketball teams at the University of Rhode Island.…More Throughout the year the center hosts many concerts, home shows and conventions, as well as high school graduations from schools all over South County.
Narragansett Elementary School 55 Mumford Rd, Narragansett, RI02882 Narragansett Elementary School is open to students in kindergarten through fifth grade. The curriculum includes language…More arts, science, mathematics, social studies, physical education, music, art, technology and health. After-school athletic opportunities for students include soccer, cross country, cheerleading, basketball, softball, baseball and track and field. Participation in Student Council is also open to students.
Olympia Sports Wakefield Mall, Wakefield-Peacedale, RI02879 Olympia Sports is a comprehensive sporting goods store located in Wakefield Mall. It carries equipment for basketball,…More soccer, football, baseball and hockey, as well as basic exercise equipment, athletic clothing, cleats, sneakers, sandals and skate shoes.
Worden Pond Family Campground 416 Wordens Pond Rd, South Kingstown, RI02879 Worden Pond Family Campground is a family-owned campground tucked away just south of Worden Pond. It has electric and…More water hook-ups, a Wi-Fi hotspot, volleyball and basketball courts, fire pits and even scheduled entertainment. Its close proximity to the pond allows visitors access to recreational activities and swimming.
William Brousseau Park 208 Succotash Rd, South Kingstown, RI02879 Located in East Matunuck, William Brousseau Park features a full little league field with an attached batting cage, two…More tennis courts, a full-sized basketball court, and a large field to accommodate town soccer games. The park also includes a playground with swings, and a variety of obstacles for children to enjoy. For field reservations and availability, call the town parks and recreation department.
The Neighborhood Guild has been offering recreational opportunities for South Kingstown residents of all ages since…More 1908. Some of the many activities offered by the Guild include pottery class, creative writing workshops and 35+ basketball leagues.
The Guild also hosts birthday parties and group trips. Some of the trips include Waterfire in Providence, a New York shopping trip and performances at the Providence Performing Arts Center.
Narragansett Property Management 6 Foster Ln, Narragansett, RI02882 Narragansett Property Management is a general practice real estate services company on Foster Lane. The company offers a…More wide range of services for clients, with a specialty in rentals. Some services provided include student rentals, summer rentals and beach housing. The company offers around the clock maintenance services for properties as well as free emergency services. It also provides propane if needed as well as beach and sports equipment such as boards, shovels, tennis equipment and basketballs. Check the site for listing information or call to speak with an associate.
This secluded park was built on donated land in Kingston. The park features an instructional-level baseball field…More that is visible from South Road, but the rest of the park is hidden in the light vegetation beyond. In this space, guests will find a full playground, swings and two horseshoe pits. A basketball court is available as well.
Along with the physical amenities, the park also doubles as the starting point for a network of walking trails that wind themselves all the way to Biscuit City Road.
Fisherman's Memorial State Park and Campground 1011 Point Judith Rd, Narragansett, RI02882 Located on Point Judith Road, Fisherman's Memorial State Park is a popular site for campers in the summer. The…More campground offers a playground, basketball and tennis courts and several open fields, along with amenities like public restrooms and dumpsters. A variety of camping plans are available and detailed fully on the park's website. A farmer's market is also held at the park on Sunday mornings.
The Neighborhood Guild has been offering recreational opportunities for South Kingstown residents of all ages since…More 1908. Some of the many activities offered by the Guild include pottery class, creative writing workshops, and more than 35 basketball leagues. The Guild also hosts birthday parties and group trips, including Waterfire in Providence, a New York shopping trip, and performances at the Providence Performing Arts Center.
Peacedale Park is adjacent to the Guild, and just down the road from Old Mountain Field and South Kingstown High School. It features a playground, tennis courts and several small, open fields.
Christofaro Park is located on the north end of Narragansett, off Boston Neck Road. The popular park has something to…More offer all age groups. There are tennis courts, basketball courts with lighted scoreboards, a baseball/softball field, beautifully landscaped flower beds, park benches, picnic and playground areas, restrooms, a skateboard/in-line skate park and two soccer fields.
This is a favorite spot for pet owners who wish to bring their dogs for a romp in the field as well as families who would like to enjoy the fenced-in playground or enjoy a picnic outside the tennis courts.
The town of Narragansett maintains this nine-acre park, which is open year-round.
Tuckertown Park contains a wealth of recreational resources. At the park, you will find several soccer fields, often…More used for South Kingstown youth leagues and school practices and matches. The park is home to South Kingstown youth softball and little leagues, with a little league and softball field available.
Additionally, the park features two tennis courts, a large basketball court with the option of splitting the court into two smaller courts, and clean restrooms. There is also a large playground with swings.
To the east of the entrance are six small picnic and grill areas overlooking Tucker Pond, as well as a large covered picnic pavilion. A historic cemetery is also located within the grounds.
This park, situated on several acres near Shickasheen farm on Route 138, features a host of activities and recreation…More fields. Two massive softball fields are the centerpieces of the park, with one lighted for night time games. There are also two tennis courts on site where spring and summer lessons are held. The park also features two beach volleyball nets.
The park's expansive playground makes it an ideal location to bring young children. There is also a full-size basketball court that converts into two smaller courts.
YMCA Camp Fuller 619 Camp Fuller Rd, Wakefield, RI02879 Established in 1887, YMCA Camp Fuller provides children age 6 through 17 with a myriad of both aquatic and on-land…More activities. For those who are more inclined to water activities, Camp Fuller has a number of options, including canoeing, sailing, swimming, waterskiing, windsurfing and even a marine biology program. In addition to the water activities, there is archery, arts and crafts, basketball, climbing, mountain biking and skateboarding. Camp Fuller, located on 64 acres of land along Point Judith Pond, provides young boys and girls with an opportunity to grow and advance as individuals.
South Kingstown Town Old Mountain Field is a powerhouse of recreational space, offering everything from two top-class…More baseball and softball fields to a skate park. The park is also the site of South Kingstown's official Fourth of July fireworks display.
Closest to the street off Kingstown Road is a lighted softball field, home of the South Kingstown Girls Slow-Pitch Softball League. The expansive, lighted space even features a "Green Monstah" in left field. The large baseball field behind is often used by Rhode Island's amateur baseball league. There is also a batting cage available for use.
Behind the athletic fields you can find a roller hockey rink that is available to be rented, and an expansive skate park that offers a variety of obstacles including a mini-ramp. To the north are two lighted tennis courts.
A well-lit basketball court completes the picture, with the ability to split the court into two smaller courts. The park also features restrooms and a concession stand. Behind the fields near the roller rink you will find several walking trails.
Green Hill Park, located off Green Hill Beach Road in South Kingstown, is a town recreational facility hosting 2.5…More acres of meticulously maintained land, picnic and play facilities.
At the park you will find playgrounds, swings, full tennis courts, full and practice basketball courts, as well as a volleyball pit. Fields and open areas abound for football, soccer and other sporting activities.
Plenty of benches are available for relaxing and taking in the surroundings. The picnic area has several grills and tables available for use. Reservation of the area and rental is made through the Town Parks & Recreation department. Please book at least 48 hours in advance.
For walkers, a short 1/4 acre loop of walking trail winds its way through the facilities.
Restroom facilities are available seven days a week.
Dogs are allowed on leash and waste removal is required.