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I found this place while on a run on College Hill, and came back to watch a sunset with my girlfriend. It might be the best view of Providence that you can find. It's a nice place to share a quiet moment with good scenery,...More
Nice green space in historic College Hill overlooking the city. It has a huge statue of Roger Williams and great views of the city skyline. Good place for a sunset picnic or a rest under a tree after exploring the hill.
Prospect Terrace Park is on a hill on the East Side of Providence overlooking the city. It is a great place to stop by for a view of the city and the state capitol building. Sunsets may be very beautiful. Visit time may range from...More
My friend and I were visiting Providence and Newport for a weekend and this park came recommended to us by a local we met. I'm glad we took his advice, because the views from this small park are outstanding. There's a large statute of Roger...More
I flew in Providence around 4:30pm. By the time I picked up my rental car and arrived at Downtown Providence, it was almost sunset. After a long flight, I wanted to walk around and relax a little. This place was just right for me. I...More
Thought I’d get to see panoramic view of providence but the view is obscured by trees and cranes and what not. It’s a small park. Better to drive up there and park nearby, otherwise it’s a small uphill walk, prob not really worth it. Overall...More
Prospect Terrace is set on a hill and you get nice views of Providence. The park has a neighborhood park feel to it and is very peaceful. You can just go and watch the sunset or read a book or gather with friends for a...More
Stopped at this pleasant little park briefly during a guided tour of the city to take in a stunning panoramic view of the city and to see the 15 foot granite statue of Roger Williams surveying the city. His remains were fittingly moved to a...More