Neighborhood parks are a vital part of every community. Providence is proud to offer a diverse park system that spans over 100 parks in neighborhoods throughout the city. These neighborhood parks offer a variety of open space opportunities from quiet, serene green space; to playgrounds, basketball courts and ballfields; to walking trails, nature conservencies, canoe launches and sailing. A variety of monuments, statues, sculpture and fountains also enhance many neighborhood park spaces.
The City has also partnered with many active neighborhood groups who have helped to expand our open space opportunities even further to include the
development & redevelopment of walking trails through nature
conservencies, several community gardens, farmer's markets and a variety of special events and park programming, keeping park spaces active and strengthening community spirit and bonds between neighbors.
The Providence parks system currently includes:
You can download a complete listing of Providence parks, locations and site amenities here. Or for more information on where to find an activity, please call the Superintendent of Parks office at 401-785-9459, x7201.