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Posted on: June 4, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Additional Parks & Recreation Facilities Reopen

The South Kingstown Parks and Recreation Department is pleased to announce the following Phase II updates, related to facilities and programs.  Members of the public are reminded to follow mandated gathering limits (currently 15), social distancing, and all State and local Executive Orders.

Parks and Recreation Reopenings:

  • Parking Lots and Restroom facilities at all Town parks are now open.
  • All Tennis Courts are open (previous singles play only restriction is lifted).
  • Old Mountain Field Skate Park and Dog Park are open (opened May 8th).
  • Athletic fields are open and available for reservations and field use permits for groups of 15 or less. Organizations must provide a safety plan that addresses COVID-19 precautions, as a requirement for permit issuance. Please refer to for guidance.

The South Kingstown Town Beach is open on weekends until June 15th, when it will open full time for the 2020 Summer Season, with reduced capacity and restrictions.  For more information on the beach, please visit the Town’s website.

The South Kingstown Parks and Recreation Summer Camp Guide 2020 is available online, and Summer Camp online registration is open and can be found online.  All camps will follow State guidelines related to COVID-19.

Please note the Neighborhood Guild and the Community Recreation Center, as well as all Town playgrounds and basketball courts remain closed.

Town of South Kingstown employee park monitors will be observing levels of activity at our Parks and Recreation facilities.  The public’s cooperation and understanding is requested as the Town moves towards continued loosening of restrictions at our Parks and Recreation facilities.  We recognize the importance of getting outside, getting fresh air, and getting exercise, however we need the public to follow appropriate social distancing, gathering limits, and facility usage restrictions still in place.

Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.  The full press release is linked below.

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