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Our family decided to move to Pawtucket because of this park. It’s beautiful, fun for all Ages. There are Many wonderful fairs here through the year. There is a carousel that is $.50 per ride. There is a bike path and trails that our family...More
The park is amazing and beautiful. Love to run through it, family time at the playground and carousel are always the best. The kids summer shows are phenomenal! The winter wonderland is a must do every December!! The baseball fields are very busy and you...More
This is a great local park. There is a lot of things to do. Tennis courts, bike and walking paths, dragon boat rentals. They have a great section of the park for dogs. There is also the RI water color association building housing their art....More
Do you like to walk in the gently rolling landscape, or go for a bike ride, or fish in the pond, play tennis, see the farm animals, ride on the historic Looff merry-go-round, or play in some of the open fields. This park is a...More
I lived in Pawtucket for 20 years before I married, so I am very familiar with Slater Park. Much has been done to improve it since I was a kid. At Christmas they have a beautiful display of trees that people can decorate to commemorate...More
It's hard to give an exact address because the park is quite large. The closest address I could give would be Newport Avenue, Pawtucket, RI. There is an entrance to the park on Newport Avenue, and also an entrance to the... More
It's hard to give an exact address because the park is quite large. The closest address I could give would be Newport Avenue, Pawtucket, RI. There is an entrance to the park on Newport Avenue, and also an entrance to the park if you're on Rt. 152 in Seekonk. From Rt. 152, you could take Rt. 15. The park is very close to the Seekonk, MA and Pawtucket, RI. line.