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India Point park is a nice harbor view park. It has historical signs and markers as well as a playground for kids. There is parking on the road and a small lot. Nice place to walk, go sledding down the hill if it just snowed...More
went in the warm weather on a drive to East Side Marketplace and saw a bunch of food trucks and tents.. Suprise,a festival of some sort and went and found a handicapped parking spot, What a nice place on the water of course. Some benches...More
Nice park made from a renovated harbor. Footpaths, Hardscaping, Kids Park, Walking trail - nice views.
I spent an hour walking and enjoying the brisk sunshine. Great spot to people watch. Watching sea birds and a park for younger kids.
Some great photo ops if...More
I recently visited India Point Park on a cold, windy day in October, but the park was pleasant nonetheless. Yes, it was cold when the wind blew off the river, but the playground was somewhat sheltered and my six-year-old grandson had a grand time on...More
Parked here for free to do 35m on the east bay bike path down to Bristol. You go up and over the bridge and then head south toward barrington and down to Bristol, passing bays along the way. Nice time!
We attended the RI Music and Arts Festival at India Point Park. This is the perfect place for a concert. Right along the water front. We stayed at the adjacent Hilton Garden Inn so parking was a breeze. The backdrop of the waterfront really adds...More
Myself and afew friends went to India point park for their seafood food truck and vendors festival on sept 8th. We had a lot of fun trying the different foods being offered and checking out the vendors goods as well. Pretty area surrounded by water...More
Located across the river from downtown Providence, just off I-195 (the Cape Cod route), this gem of a park provides greenspace, walking and biking paths (link to the Blackstone River Bikeway), playground, picnic space and wonderful views of Narragansett Bay at the confluence of the...More