FOX POINT PARKS
Carolyn Brassil Memorial Park
Corner of Brook and Arnold streets
Small children's park with playground equipment and a few benches.
Cabral Park, Fox Point Fields
Ives and Wickenden Streets
This park is near the elementary school and includes playground equipment, a historic wall mural, basketball courts, baseball field and walking areas that lead to the India Point Park Pedestrian Bridge.
Constance Witherby Park
210 Pitman Street to Angell Street
On the National Register of Historic Places, this park has a mature collection of trees and shrubbery, making it a great place to have a relaxing walk.
Providence River at South Water Street
Benches near original harbors site with nearby restaurants.
Governor Street between Power & Williams
Small triangular park commemorating two Rhode Island governors, Arthur Fenner, 1745-1805, and his son, James Fenner, 1771-1846. There was a large horse stable near this location and stable workers would exercise the horses around this triangular piece of land in the winter to keep them warm. Hence, it was known for a time as Heater Piece Park.
Gano Street Park
Gano and Power Street
Soccer and baseball fields, basketball courts, community garden, boat ramp and an off-leash dog park. This is a very large park with views of the Seekonk River.
George Araujo Children's Park
Corner of Preston and Ives
The park, which was named after Providence Boxing Champion George Araujo, has playground equipment and several benches under shady trees.
India Point Park
Southern most point of neighborhood, bordered on three sides by Narragansett Bay, the Seekonk River and the mouth of the Providence River
This is the largest park in our neighborhood and features beautiful views of the bay. There is a playground, soccer fields and a boating center for sailing and kayaking. In the summer, many festivals are held in this location. For more information, visit Friends of India Point Park and the Community Boating Center.
Washington Bridge, connects the East Side with East Providence
Dedicated to George Redman who was one of the leading advocates of creating the East Bay Bike Path, which links Independence Park in Bristol and India Point Park in Providence.
Bordered by College Street, South Main Street and Water Street
Site of numerous memorials along the Providence River. Beautiful place to watch WaterFire.
Providence Pedestrian Bridge
Providence River Walk Park
Walkway along the river from Memorial Park to Wickenden Street.
Roger Williams Landing Park
Corner of Gano and Williams Street
Historic site with benches, sidewalk and Roger Williams monument, indicating where community's founder landed.