- TripBuzz found 331 things to do with kids in or near Cumberland, Rhode Island, including 322 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Fall River, Providence, Warwick and Cranston.
- From Rhode Island Elite All Stars to Bentley Field, the Cumberland area offers 122 different types of family activities, including: Bike Paths, Walking Trails, Farms & Ranches and National & State Parks.
- First settled in 1635, the historic city of Cumberland is located in Rhode Island's north easternmost region. The city's popular Cumberlandfest, held every summer is a carnival and live entertainment event that attracts thousands each year. Local in-town attractions include local theatre, shopping, dining, a historical housing district and a local farm.
Currently stretching over 10 miles, the Blackstone River Bikeway, is slated to extend a total of 48 miles from Rhode Island to Massachusetts. The flat, paved trail is perfect for biking, jogging, or blading while watching the birds and wildlife along the river.
For show riders or pleasure riders alike, High View Farm offers a wide variety of horseback lessons. While their classes are centered around Hunter Seat Equitation, Dressage, Eventing, Jumpers, Western, and Saddleseat instruction is also available.
Growing over fifteen varieties of apples, Phantom Farms contains PYO apple orchards, a farm stand, Country Bake Shoppe, and garden center. Producing award-winning desserts and featured on Food Network, they also offer hayrides, orchard tours, birthday parties and event rentals.
Diamond Hill State Park in Cumberland, Rhode Island was a ski slope at one time. The name for the park is attributed to the park's incline, which conveys a diamond-like gleam when viewed. Hikers regularly visit the site.
A small and dignified memorial to former and fallen soldiers, Veteran's Place features a replica cannon as well as a number of inscribed memorials. The memorial has walking paths, benches, and landscaped flower arrangements.
Located in Cumberland, Rhode Island, Monastery Park features trails for jogging and walking. Once home to a Cistercian monastery, the grounds now have become a home to Cumberland's library, gardens and playgrounds.