- TripBuzz found 347 things to do with kids in or near Warwick, Rhode Island, including 328 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Newport, Fall River, Providence and Narragansett.
- From Oakland Beach to Ty Laws Launch Indoor Trampoline Park, the Warwick area offers 118 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Trampoline Parks, National & State Parks and Bowling.
- With a population of over 82,000 people, Warwick is the second largest city in Rhode Island. Founded in 1642, the city has a rich history having been part of such notable events as King Philip's War, the Gaspee Affair, and The Revolutionary War. Activities in Warwick include improv comedy shows, a variety of musical performances, and theater productions.
Kids are free to be kids at the gated Pawtuxet Village Playground. Newly renovated, the playground features slides, swings, spinning seats, a climbing wall, play fire truck, and a boat. Shaded picnic tables help parents relax while their children play.
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700 Bullocks Point Avenue, East Providence, RI 02915 MoreLess Info
Crescent Park Looff Carousel is an old time carousel that was originally built over a century ago. The Blount Clam Shack, which serves chowder and clam cakes, is located just outside the carousel.
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Bullock's Point Ave., East Providence, RI MoreLess Info
The Loof Carousel at Crescent Park was built in 1895 by renowned carousel creator, Charles I.D. Loof. Featuring 62 hand-carved figures, chariots, and stunning glassware and mirrors, this carousel is designated as a National Historic Landmark.
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701 Bullocks Point Avenue, East Providence, RI 02915 MoreLess Info
Situated along Narragansett Bay, Rose Larisa Memorial Park measures 10 acres and features an amphitheater as well as views of the bay. The park provides picnic tables, benches, a shelter and a trail suitable for walking.
A small park area surrounded by trees, Signal Rock Park provides two baseball fields with bleachers as well as basketball courts. The park has small grassy fields, children's playground equipment and a small area used as a skate park.
With views overlooking the Narraganset Bay, Sabin Point Park is a 4-acre park that offers a number of amenities to its visitors. Visitors to the park commonly view the sunset over the bay or walk through on the walking trails.