This stately park is set beside the Ten Mile River and includes tennis courts, picnic tables, playgrounds, a river walk, ... More
Slater Memorial Park
This stately park is set beside the Ten Mile River and includes tennis courts, picnic tables, playgrounds, a river walk, historic sites, including the Daggett House that was built in 1685 and was home to eight generations of the family, and more besides.
grew up going to slaters park miss all the animals there is nothing that mde me happier then going there and seeing franny the elephant i went to the park at christmas time last year to was so nice my grand kids saw all the lights and went on a hay ride and visit santas house are they having it again this year if they are i whis someone would post it on the web site
I grew up going to this park. I remember the polar bear, giraffs,duck pond the rides.It was the best time spent with my grandparents.We also had alot of picnics,i even remeber setting up a picnic area for the resident squirrells.
I have been here in Autumn (Fall) and Winter and it was beautiful on both occasions...especially when covered in snow! Slater Park has a really great feel about it & is well worth a visit, would highl recommend to others.
This park is a little gem in Pawtucket. Sprawling green space, with plenty of trees, places for sports, ice cream in the summer and a bike path following the river. The bike path isn't incredibly long, but it is well laid out and it is easy enough to continue your ride into rural Seekonk and Rehoboth. I live nearby, and this place is a really important place to escape city sprawl and roads where everything revolves around the car.
I really love this park, it is great for the whole family,specially for children, my kids and my friend's kids love it!!!
i love having parties over there at the picnic areas, always good for birthday parties and more!!
Can't beat a days worth of activities that doesn't cost a thing!! this park is great.. and my kids look forward to going everytime.. you pay pennies for the carosuel.. which is rare..and it has a great playground for the bigger kids and the little ones.. animals to look at .. a mini play pit with sand.. plenty of places to walk around.. big pond with ducks.. you can't ask for more when you are looking for somethign that is so inexpensive and can entertain the kids for the day. Pack a lunch and you are set! Why anyone wouldn't give this all stars is beyond me!
Great place for fun and relaxation. A lake with surrounding path. Ducks to feed. A working carousel. Nicely spaced picnic areas. A beautiful new playground enclosed with fences. A small farm to enjoy for free. A greenhouse where you may purchase plants and other items. Vendor shops to get a good variety of eats and treats at reasonable prices. I especially like the many special free events throughout the summer. Morning entertainers perform a variety of shows for young children. Concerts in the evening and much more going on. My family and I tremendously enjoy this park.
My husband an I live Close enough and we Enjoy the atmosphere so much that we actually go there almost every weekend. We have 2 girls 4 & 3 and a boy who is 1 and there is something for all of them to enjoy. Now adays with City living and our lack of a yard for them to play in, its just an awesome place to pack a lunch and spend the day.
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