Parks & Recreation


    The 2020 Town Beach Policy has been amended to remove the limit on the sale of season passes to South Kingstown residents. Read on...
  2. Town Beach Season Passes Sold Out - Waiting List Established

    As of Sunday, May 31, the sale of season passes for the Town Beach is closed. Due to Covid-19 restrictions related to capacity limitations at the beach, season pass sales were limited to residents and capped at 850. Starting June 1st the Recreation Read on...
  3. Town Beach Information - 2020 Policy and Season Pass Sales

    The South Kingstown Town Beach Policy for 2020 reflects necessary modifications that address the current restrictions and mandates related to Covid-19. Read on...
  1. 2020 Participant Medical Form

    New form required for the new year. Read on...

    The Town of South Kingstown made the difficult decision to suspend operation of the Adult Day Service program effective June 15, 2020. The program had been closed since March 13, 2020, by order of the Governor, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Read on...
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Welcome to the South Kingstown Parks and Recreation Department! Created in 1939, the Department provides parks and recreation programs and services to the residents and visitors of our Town.

We offer over 1,000 recreation programs and classes annually for all ages and interests. We manage the Neighborhood Guild community center, Peace Dale Office Building, Stepping Stone Preschool, an extensive park system, William C. O'Neill Bike Path, Town Beach, and the Old Mountain Field in-line skating facility and skateboard park. Approximately 67% of our annual operating budget is generated by program fees, facility operations, trust funds, and grants and donations. The remainder of our budget is provided by local tax support.

Mission Statement

The Parks and Recreation Department is committed to serving the needs of the community by providing enriching recreation experiences and quality facilities. 

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