Warwick is one of the photogenic areas of R.I. Depending on your interests, you can achieve great shots of many subjects: Scenic salt water views, Scenic Fresh water,Upland Views, Historic Sites, Victorian and Lighthouses or simply look to the sky over Warwick’s 39 miles of coast for spectacular sunrises and sunsets.
Fitness center chain focusing on comprehensive health and wellness. Facility includes swimming pool, free weights, machines, classes, and coaching. Their stated goal is to: “make fitness an extension of your lifestyle, not an obstacle.”
2191 POST ROAD
Located at Prime Marina, Rhode Island Paddle Sports offers kayak and stand-up paddle board rentals for single, double, and fishing excursions! All boat and board rentals include personal floatation devices and they can accommodate large groups.
1 WATER STREET
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!
1095 IVES ROAD
This 9-hole public course offers golfing set against picturesque Warwick Cove. A member of the U.S. Golf Association, there is a PGA pro on staff for lessons or advice. There is also a restaurant, lounge and pro shop on premises.
150 GRAY STREET
Fishing, sightseeing, dinner cruises, scuba diving, scenic tours, romantic sunset cruises, and more are all charter options. The boatworks side of the business offers all sorts of fabrication capacity, railings, T- or HD-tops, and other customized solutions.
661 WEST SHORE RD.
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!
920 BALD HILL ROAD
Apple Cinemas is a first-run movie theatre with 12 screens located at the Warwick Mall. All screens are equipped with state of the art laser projectors and Dolby 7.1 sound systems. Luxury, recline-able seating and a full service bar round out this top-notch movie going experience. Kitchen and in-seat dining coming soon!
Take a shopping pause and catch a movie, or make it a destination.
400 BALD HILL ROAD
This first-run movie theatre is located at the corner of Quaker Lane and Division St. A newly expanded 20-screen cinema, there are early shows, matinees, bargains daily, and late shows on Friday and Saturday nights. There are also group rates for 20 or more.
1200 QUAKER LANE
Valley Country Club is a private 18 hole, par 72 course with picturesque views, challenging greens, and pristine fairways. This heavily bunkered course has both large and small greens that can be fast. Water hazards (ponds) come into play on a number of holes. Geoffrey Cornish designed nine new holes, which were added in 1963.
251 NEW LONDON AVENUE
Warwick Country Club offers waterfront luxury, exquisite dining, a Donald Ross designed 18-hole golf course, 2 hard, 2 clay, and 1 paddle tennis court, aquatic center and clubhouse with all the amenities. Family, individual, social, dining, and corporate memberships are available, as well as non-residential memberships for those who live more than 60 miles from the 1924-established club. Facilities also available for weddings and other celebrations.
394 NARRAGANSETT BAY AVENUE
Potowomut is a private, 18-hole regulation course named for the Pottowomuit Tribe that camped there. From the longest tees it offers 6,380 yards of golf for a par of 71. The course was designed by Walter Johnson and opened in 1927. The course rating is 70.6 with a slope rating of 128. Potowomut is a private equity facility golf course with a ‘Accompanied By Member’ guest policy. The facilities are also available for staging events such as weddings and other celebrations.
439 IVES ROAD
Every year since 1966, from May through June, Pawtuxet Village plays host to the Gaspee Days Celebration, an event marking America’s First Blow For Freedom, the burning of the Gaspee. The festival features an arts & crafts fair, a colonial gala ball, a children’s costume contest, a colonial encampment, and the annual Gaspee Parade along Narragansett Parkway. A mock Colonial battle ensues, culminating with the symbolic burning of the Gaspee.
Call (401) 781-1772 for information about the dates and times for this year’s festivities.
Home of duckpin bowling in Warwick for over 60 years. Duckpin uses a smaller, hole-less ball and shorter, fatter pins. Call first—Meadowbrook runs leagues, has parties, events, and tournaments. Great fun for the whole family.
2530 WARWICK AVENUE
Featuring 35 pool tables (25 9-foot tables on the main floor) with free lessons Monday nights. There’s a pro shop, private room rentals, 17 TV’s with one big screen, video room, dart lounge, snacks, and a bar. Call for hours, daily specials.
33 LAMBERT LIND HIGHWAY