Cranston Stebbins Stadium 9 Flint Ave, Cranston, RI02910 Cranston Stebbins Stadium features a football field with stadium seating, a baseball field, two tennis courts and a…More basketball court. The stadium is the site of many athletic contests, the annual Fall Harvest Festival, marching band competitions and intramural sports games. The football field is also used for field hockey, lacrosse and soccer games. Along with high school games, the baseball field hosts games played by several amateur leagues. The stadium has an extensive history and was once a professional baseball field.
Aqueduct Field 198 Aqueduct Rd, Cranston, RI02910 Aqueduct Field is a baseball epicenter and home to the Cranston National Budlong Little League. The site features five…More baseball fields and two basketball courts. It also hosts games for the citywide Cranston League.
Allstar Baseball Cards 1600 Cranston St, Cranston, RI02920 In addition to baseball cards, this local store stocks sports memorabilia and collectibles. Owner Bill Begones runs this…More business for fun and is happy to chat with people about their favorite sports heroes. Allstar will also buy and trade.
U.S. Sen. John Chafee Athletic and Recreational Complex 430 Hope Rd, Cranston, RI02921 The sprawling U.S. Senator John H. Chafee Athletic and Recreational Complex features five soccer fields, three…More baseball fields, a tennis court and a basketball court. Along with views of the playing fields, a jogging track is situated close to the woods and wildflowers. For soccer, the complex includes Dorsey, Tribelli, DeNuccio, Perry and Volunteer fields, which host games for boys and girls teams in the Cranston League for Cranston's Future soccer league. The complex, usually referred to as Briggs Farm, prohibits dogs, golf, bikes, scooters, skateboards and rollerblades. Permits are required for use of soccer and baseball fields.
Elmwood Sports Center 1553 Elmwood Ave, Cranston, RI02910 Elmwood Sports Center is "Rhode Island's Largest Team Dealer" in sports uniforms and equipment. From baseball to…More hockey and even volleyball, Elmwood has got your team covered.
Cranston National Budlong Little League 114 Bryant Rd, Cranston, RI02910 Cranston National Budlong Little League is a baseball/softball youth league. Both boys and girls are able to play in…More T-ball, minor and major leagues. Games are on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, while practices take place all week. There are three manicured ball fields and a well-stocked snack bar that accepts cash only. There are bleachers for spectators, but most people bring their own chairs.
Cooney Field is a lighted field that boasts a tot park, a running/walking track, a baseball field and a softball…More field. It plays host to Cranston Budlong National Little League as well as fast-pitch softball leagues. It is also used as a practice field for several schools and leagues.
The site is an ideal place to take a long walk along the tree-lined track.
DiPrete Field, dedicated in memory of former mayor James DiPrete, is across the street from 330 Oaklawn Ave. This…More unique baseball field features a deep left field and a short right, toughening matters for right-handed hitters.
The field is used by Cranston West Little League for games and practices. Free parking is available in the shoulder of Oaklawn Avenue.
Park View Field is located off Park Avenue, across from Roger Williams Park in Providence. Officially the Marie C.…More Mancuso Athletic Complex, the park was dedicated in 1981, rededicated in 1991, and has a 1,700-foot-long exercise track and numerous courts and fields.
The park is home to the Edgewood Girls Softball League, four tennis courts, a basketball court, and a baseball, a soccer and two softball fields. Rounding it out is a large tot park with a slide, swings and benches and chairs. The turf also sees football games played by the Edgewood Eagles.
Mulligan's Island's has two 18-hole mini-golf courses, as well as a driving range, batting cages, beach volleyball…More courts, an 18-hole Pitch & Putt short course, and even a par-three, nine-hole golf course. Situated on 64 manicured green acres, Mulligan's provides an oasis of fun in what might otherwise be a drab neighborhood just south of the Rhode Island Traffic Court and the National Guard Center on Route 2.
Mulligan's Island has been expanding its facilities steadily since opening in 2002 and was voted Rhode Island's best family entertainment center in 2008. A Pro Shop is open on-site every day and there are both golf and baseball academies for players at all levels. The complex is open year-round and features driving range stalls that are both heated and covered for winter practice, plus there are plenty of overhead lights for evening play during all seasons. There is also an ATM on-site.
Packages are available for birthday parties, corporate outings and other special events. Check the website or call for seasonal opening hours, current prices and a full list of services and facilities.