Wednesday, December 7, 2016        

Smithfield Parks, Recreation Facilities & Beaches

Lacrosse at Deerfield Park

Lacrosse at Deerfield Park

 Town Recreation Facilities:

(1) Lacrosse Field (Deerfield Park)

(4) Little League Baseball Fields (Deerfield Park, Mendes, Whipple, and Willow)

(2) Senior League Baseball Fields (Whipple, Burgess)

(2) Outdoor Basketball Courts (Deerfield Park)

(4) Outdoor Tennis Courts (Deerfield Park)

(10) Soccer Fields (Deerfield Park)

(3) Softball Fields (Whipple)

Lacrosse at Deerfield Park
Town Recreation Facilities Locations: 
Click the ‘map’ link for a Google map & driving directions

Recreation Office

1 Wm. J. Hawkins Jr. Trl.
Smithfield, RI  02828 map

Deerfield Park

Lisa Ann Circle – map

Whipple Field Complex

Fenwood Avenue – map

Greenlake Beach (Slacks Pond)

Greenlake Drive – map

Georgiaville Beach

St. Michaels Way – map

Smithfield High School Fields

Pleasant View Avenue – map

McCabe Basketball Courts

Pleasant View Avenue – map

McCabe Little League Field

Pleasant View Avenue – map

Burgess Athletic Field

Burgess Ave. – map

Willow Field

Willow Road – map

LaPerche Field

Limerock Road – map

Mendes Field

Behind the Town Hall – map

Municipal Ice Rink

109 Pleasant View Avenue – map

Esmond Park

Waterman Ave. – map

Mowry Conservation Park

Forge Road – map 

Town Beaches 

Beach Facilities will be open towards the end of June.

There are two fresh water beach facilities located in the Town of Smithfield and they are:

  1. Greenlake Beach (Slacks Pond)Located on Slacks Pond Reservior, this is a private beach and is for use by Smithfield residents only.  A beach patron needs to show proof of residency to use Greenlake Beach.  No boat launching is allowed in this area.  Fishing from shore is allowed.  Greenlake Beach (Slacks Pond) is closed until further notice due to staffing issues.
  1. Georgiaville Pond Beach: Located on Georgiaville Pond, this facility is open to the general public.   The Smithfield Recreation Department requires all beach patrons to purchase either a daily beach pass or a seasonal beach pass to use the facility, the fee structure is stated below, day passes are valid for one day and seasonal passes are valid for one beach season.  The Smithfield Recreation Department also requires all beach patrons and boaters to purchase a sticker for their vehicle, boat, and trailer, for any of these items to be used at Georgiaville Pond, the fee structure is stated below, seasonal passes are valid for two years.  Fees apply to all ages and there is no-charge for senior citizens and honorably-discharged veterans.  map & driving directions.  Open 10:00am to 6:00pm, 7 days a week.  Beach passes can be purchased at the gate during business hours.

Georgiaville Pond Boating Regulations .pdf

Georgiaville Pond Beach

Georgiaville Pond Beach

Both beaches provide bathrooms with handicap accessibility.

Georgiaville Pond Stickers
are now available for purchase

On sale at the Smithfield Parks and Recreation Department
1 William J. Hawkins Trail, Smithfield, R.I. 02828

or

Purchase passes at the beach during business hours
10am – 6pm – 7 days a week

Parking Sticker Fees
Resident $10 Non-Resident $20

Boat Sticker Fees
Resident $10 Non-Resident $20

Trailer Sticker Fees
Resident $10 Non-Resident $20

All Senior Citizens age 62 or older, people with physical disabilities, and/or honorably discharged Veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces are eligible to receive a free parking sticker, trailer sticker, and motor boat sticker. 

All stickers are available for purchase at the Parks and Recreation Office located inside the Smithfield Senior Center, Monday thru Friday from 8am to 4pm.  Proof of residency is required for all resident sticker purchases.  Georgiaville Pond Seasonal Beach Passes will be available for purchase in June. 

Please call the Smithfield Recreation Department at (401) 349-0612 with any questions!

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Seasonal Beach Pass Fees
Resident: $10.00 per person
$2.00 per child (Under 12)

Non-Resident: $20.00 per person
$4.00 per child (Under 12)

All Senior Citizens age 62 or older, people with physical disabilities, and/or honorably discharged veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces are eligible to receive a free parking sticker, trailer sticker, motor boat sticker, and beach pass.

All passes are available for purchase at the Parks and Recreation Office located inside the Smithfield Senior Center, Monday thru Friday from 8am to 4pm! Proof of residency is required for all purchases of resident beach passes.

Please call the Smithfield Recreation Department at (401) 349-0612 with any questions.

All Beach Passes are only valid for the 2016 Summer Season.

 


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