Narragansett Parks Department Garage 51 Mumford Rd, Narragansett, RI02882 This garage for the Narragansett Parks Department houses several vehicles used to maintain the adjacent Sprague Park,…More along with fields at Narragansett Elementary School and other town facilities. Access is restricted to employees.
University of Rhode Island Graduate School of Oceanography 215 S Ferry Rd, Narragansett, RI02882 Situated about 7 miles from the Kingston Campus of the University of Rhode Island, the Graduate School of Oceanography…More overlooks Narragansett Bay. The school is recognized as a leader in the field. Robert Ballard, the man who located the Titanic, has an office on the campus. The Pell Marine Science Library and the National Sea Grant Library are both located on campus.
Sprague Memorial Park is located on Kingstown Road near the elementary school and consists of 14 lush acres of…More land that includes two baseball/softball fields, tennis courts, a recently renovated playground area, a picnic area with a babbling stream and also:
Enishkeetompauog Narragansett Indian Statue
Passive recreation area
Sprague Pond for fishing
World War I Memorial
Sprague Park is well maintained by the town of Narragansett and is a favorite location for families who want to enjoy the refurbished playground, watch a Little League baseball game or simply walk along some of the nature trails in solitude and soak in all that nature has to offer.
The Studio is a small school where experienced instructors teach children, teens and adults with limited or…More advanced dance experience, focusing on precise techniques and body movement. Classes include classical jazz, beginner, intermediate and advanced tap, introduction to dance, ballet and theater. A full schedule and detailed descriptions can be found on The Studio's website.