Governor Notte Park
North Providence, Rhode Island 02911
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John A. Notte, Jr. was a resident of North Providence who became Governor of the State of Rhode Island. The site became Wenscott Reservoir which was created to provide water for future mills downstream (1835). Today the park has full recreational ficilities including a freshwater beach, paddleboat rentals, ample parking, tennis courts, ball field, swings for children, pinic sites and a peaceful waterfall wihich adds to the rustic, serene setting that makes you forget you are minutes away for the busiest streets in North Providence, Mineral Spring Avenue! Lifeguards are on duty starting on the weekend of July 1st.
Services / Features / Restrictions: Public Beach, Freshwater Swimming
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