- TripBuzz discovered 120 different types of activities for couples in the North Smithfield area, including Other Entertainment (like Rustic Drive-In Theatre), Art Gallery (like Complements Art Gallery), Farms & Ranches (like Wright's Dairy Farm & Bakery) and Horseback Riding (like Brookside Equestrian Center), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 266 date ideas in or near North Smithfield, Rhode Island, including 262 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Providence, Warwick, Framingham and Foxboro.
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6640 Post Rd North Kingstown RI, North Kingstown, RI 02852 MoreLess Info
Overcome your worst fears and pet a shark on your visit to Biomes Marine Biology Center. Open since 1989, New England's only private marine research center features a multitude of exhibits, and marine life in natural habitats.
Escobar's Highland Farm is a working farm open to the public. Its highlight is an 8 acre corn maze, which has a unique design each year, and visitors can also go on hayrides and explore a large pumpkin patch.
Open December through March for hockey events and open skating, Ulin Memorial Rink is an outdoor ice skating facility. Public skating is the centers largest draw and invites skaters of all ages and skill levels to take to the ice.
The Newport Butterfly Zoo is a commercial butterfly farm located in Tiverton, RI. Visitors in the spring and summer can walk the grounds and see thousands of varieties of butterflies, learn how to create a butterfly garden, and start a collection.
There are many activities that Cold Spring Park hosts, with different areas for tennis, soccer, basketball and softball. A running trail circles the park, which also contains a dog park as well as a seasonal farmer's market.
Consisting of a large pond surrounded by woodland, Hammond Pond Reservation offers visitors recreational activities like hiking and fishing. The trail at the pond passes by caves, groves, swamps, gardens, and more.
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Battery Lane, Jamestown, RI 02835 MoreLess Info
A park spanning 22 acres, Conanicut Battery National Historical Park was once the site of fort from the Revolutionary War. The park offers views of the the west passage of Narragansett Bay and plaques explaining the history of certain areas.