The imPOSSIBLE DREAM Playground is play friendly for children of all physical abilities. Open April through October from 10:00AM to 3:00PM daily there is no admission fee for families, but donations are welcome; there is a nominal fee for field trips and pavilions are available for birthday and other parties.
Offers affordable horseback riding in beautiful historical Goddard Park for the whole family. The park has 18 miles of scenic trails overlooking East Greenwich Bay and also offers beach bayside rides. So if you ride or want to learn, come and enjoy!
Visit our large, upgraded library with meeting rooms, computers, and a coffee shop on the premises. The Library’s Mission Statement: Warwick Public Library is the hub of community learning where every child can be a reader; every resident can connect to the digital world, and every life is enriched by lifelong learning.
If you’re looking for a fun, unique, and memorable experience for your group or organization, whether young or young-at-heart, Launch Trampoline provides an easy-to-plan event tailored for your group size, budget, and preferences!
Two and a half acres of highbush blueberries established in 1984. Farm stand is open during picking season. Season usually begins in mid July. Picking continues until late August, or until the blueberries are gone. Picking hours: 7 days a week, 7 am to 12 noon. And from 4 pm to dusk on Thursdays.
Founded in 1915, Morris Farm is a 43-acre farm run by generations of the Morris Family. They grow vegetables, run greenhouses, and care for cows, chickens, and horses. Visitors are welcome to walk around the farm and see the animals; discussions of methods to organically control weeds and pests always welcome! Group planting tours in the spring and pumpkin picking in the fall. Birthday parties with horse rides and trailer rides to visit the cows. Farm fresh vegetables in-season, sweet corn, summer squash, cucumbers, peppers, eggplant, beans. In addition to the flora, Morris Farm has a chicken coop where providing fresh eggs every morning and beef from their Black Angus cows.
Rocky Point Park is the site of the long-standing Rocky Point Amusement Park, which operated from the 1840s until it closed in 1995. It has been recently refurbished and is now open to the public for picnics, hikes with or without a four-legged companion, or just taking in the view of Narragansett Bay. While you’re there, check out the Arch from the 1964 World’s Fair in Queen, NY, that was relocated to Rocky Point. Take only pictures, leave only footprints. Open daily from 9AM to 11PM.