10 Keyes Ways
West Warwick, RI 02893
Phone: (401) 826-1800
Fax: (401) 826-4170
50000 sq. ft. indoor gold facility with artificial turf and 58 tee stations.
Nine hole public course featuring beautiful greens and offering professional instruction for anyone.
About 40 minutes outside of Providence, in the small community of Coventry, lies the Greene Homestead. Built in 1770 by the Revolutionary War hero himself, the place is surrounded by lovely gardens and overlooks the Pawtuxet River. The building has been converted into a museum; inside is a comprehensive history of the man and his exploits. War buffs of all kinds will marvel at the on-site cannon, and souvenirs can be had at the museum gift shop.
Public eighteen hole par 70 course offering challenging narrow fairways and many water hazards.
Eighteen hole par 71 course featuring a daily green fee, driving range, pro shop and lessons.
Boat rentals and complete marina services are offered at this marina.
A complete array of marina and boating services is offered by this marina.
Inshore/offshore sportfishing and sightseeing on the waters of beautiful Narragansett Bay, and Southern New England.
Championship eighteen hole course featuring a driving range, snack bar, locker room, and a dining establishment.
This greenhouse garden garden includes hundreds of species and its the largest of its kind in New England. The botanical gardens are inside the massive Roger Williams Park, named after one of the state's founders. The park is surrounded with foliage itself and with Edgewood and Cunliff lakes as a backdrop, it makes the visit to the greenhouse even better. The center provides docent led tours with reservations at least four weeks in advance and during the summer, the center organizes field trips for elementary school students and other events for adults.
This massive 427-acre park is located in South Providence, adjacent to the suburb of Cranston. It sits upon land that was once inhabited by the Narragansett Tribe before it was granted to Roger Williams, one of the Rhode Islands's original colonists in 1638. His heirs donated it in 1871 and the park was subsequently built in 1878. Once on the grounds, the park contains seven different lakes and it's also home to the city zoo, botanical gardens, the Museum of Natural History and Planetarium in addition to some other quirky attractions like the Temple to Music and Carousel Village. The aforementioned lakes are also the perfect spot to take a tranquil boat during the summer and especially during the fall when the leaves change their colors.
The Rhode Island is endowed with a scenic skiing resort in the form of Yawgoo Valley. It stands to terrific historical significance and is the only skiing resort on the Rhode Island region. Precisely sited on a hill in Exeter, the site is acquaint with 14 skiing trails. The park arranges for snow tubing as well as water slides depending upon the seasons. It is a marvelous place to stay overnight and the rentals are commercially viable. It also provides for lessons in skiing.