Slater Memorial Park

Slater Memorial Park in Pawtucket, Rhode Island, USA, is the largest and oldest public park. This oldest yard in Pawtucket features the 1685 Daggett House and the Luff Carousel, as well as several buildings and exhibits. In the park, you can see the Daggett Farm that offers fantastic picnic grounds, a retail plant nursery, and a children's zoo. Filled with entertainment, this popular park in Rhode Is-land attracts millions of people every year. Make sure to visit this place for one-to-one activities with the whole family during the holidays.


Fall Festival of Slater memorial park

The Fall Festival is one of the main attractions offered to guests at the park. This festival is based on the culture and art here. It highlights the creations of over one hundred artisans, craftsmen, and original handmade goods. Tourists love to visit this place for food, entertainment, and fun. Come here with the whole family and enjoy the festival with the opening of the Art Bazaar, Food Court, and other events.

Natural Areas of this Park

Tall green trees, a beautiful lake, a long trail with a playground, 3 miles of bike trails, lush green lawns, and beautiful flora and fauna add to the beauty of this Slater Memorial Park. After reaching this wonderful place you will experience a clean and serene natural environment. The sound of trees in very strong winds is an unforgettable memory. Visit this place to see many things like ponds, nature, the zoo, carousels etc.

Events of the park

There’s no better place than this park for culinary treats and extraordinary artwork in a spectacular family entertainment area. Many great events and festivals are always organized here throughout the year. It’s exciting to watch the free children’s performances every Tuesday from July to August, and the musical performances on Thursdays. Be sure to visit this Rhode Island Park in September for the arts festival as well as a Philharmonic Orchestra performance.


  1. The Slater Memorial Park was named after American industrialist Samuel Slater, who built the first water-powered textile mill.
  2. Established in 1985, the park is located on the Tell Mile River and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.

Activities:-This wonderful park in Pawtucket welcomes guests with all kinds of entertainment. Here you get the opportunity to witness the Daggett House, WaterColor Society, and Dog Park. Bring children along and encourage them to participate in a children’s free performance. Enjoy hiking as you explore the park’s open grounds. Play tennis, volleyball, and many other games in the playground. Make sure to visit one of the 13 picnic spots here. Have tons of fun on the 3-mile bike trail.

What to expect:-Slater came to visit Memorial Park and relax at the Central Pond Rest House and Casino. Wander into the green Ludovici and a low terrace covered in tile and brick that overlooks a beautiful lake. There are many things to do and entertain in this park for the visiting guests. Come here and enjoy the Halloween event which is held in October and Winter Wonderland in December. Stay up to date on and attend seasonal events on the Recreation & Parks Booklet.

Plant to visit:-Make sure to visit this park in Pawtucket with your kids, family, and friends for an adventure and fun-filled trip. This park is open for its visitors for 12 months of the year. It is open from Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm and is closed on Saturdays and Sundays. Make sure to get here with the Season Pass.

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