Recreation Coordinator: Open Position
SEASONAL HELP WANTED - Application
NEW Field/Facility Request Policy. There will be NO Facilities Meeting. All information is outlined in the Tiverton Field Reservation Information document.
2016 Summer Programs Applications Period has closed.
Tiverton Little League Softball
Bristol Lady Bulldogs
Travis Greene email@example.com 451-3915
Tiverton Men's Softball League
Ken Dias firstname.lastname@example.org 418-0319
Rhode Island Women's Soccer League
Tiverton Junior Basketball
Tiverton Little League Tournaments
Tom Perella email@example.com
Tiverton Youth Soccer Festivals
John Cordeiro firstname.lastname@example.org
No special events at this time.
Tiverton Town Farm
Main Road, South Tiverton. Handicapped accessible - Sandy playground for all ages, tennis (4 courts - lighted), baseball fields (2) Sylvia Field and Lepointe Field), softball field (1) Daniels Field), soccer fields (2), 1/3 mile walking track (lighted). Organizations: Tiverton Little League, Tiverton Youth Soccer, Rhode Island Women's Soccer League.
Main Road, North Tiverton. Multi-purpose. Regulation baseball field, softball field, soccer field, basketball court. Sandy playground for all ages (under school dept. stewardship). Organizations: Sakonnet Independent Baseball, Tiverton Little League, Tiverton Youth Soccer, Tiverton High School Baseball/Soccer, Tiverton Connie Mack Baseball.
Fort Barton Field
Lawton Ave. Little League baseball field, soccer auxiliary field. Organizations: Tiverton Little League, Tiverton Youth Soccer.
Bulgarmarsh Recreation Area
New Bulgarmarsh Park off Bulgarmarsh Road and Roosevelt Drive. Softball Field (lighted), (2) Lighted basketball courts, playground for small children, skate park, and a ¼ mile walking track. Organizations: Tiverton Men's Softball League, Sakonnet Schooners Football, Tiverton Sunday Morning Softball.
West Hooper St., North Tiverton. Multi-purpose. Playground.
East Road, behind Fire Station. Little League baseball field. Organizations: Tiverton Little League.
Florence St. Area
Florence St., East Tiverton. Multi Purpose, open area (undeveloped). Organizations: Tiverton Little League.
Beaches are now open. Beach Stickers for Residents are available at either Grinnell's or Fogland Beach.
Dogs are allowed but should be leashed.
Small, family-orientated beach on the Sakonnet River. Easy access to the beach and facilities. Located off Main Road (Route 77), just south of the Stone Bridge Pier, this small crescent of beach has a restroom facility with showers and changing rooms, a children's play area, and a lifeguard in the summer at a designated swimming area. There is a nice view of the Sakonnet River and Gould Island. There is parking for 50 cars and a fee in the summer.
Parking Fees for Grinnell's Beach:
Residents: No Fee with Beach Sticker or Proof of Residency.
Weekday non-resident rate: $5 per day.
Weekends & Holidays rate: $10 per day.
Motorcycles: Same fees as above. RVs: $25 any day.
Fogland Beach - Gate Hours:
Located off of Fogland Road/Three Rod Way. Provides an excellent windsurfing area and beautiful views of the Sakonnet River.
Primary use: Beach with lifeguards - Seasonal
Other uses: Fishing, kayaking, Stand-Up paddle boarding, wind-surfing, and kite-surfing.
Services: Restrooms, kayak and paddle board rentals, food & beverage vendors (seasonal), playground, picnic tables. There are no trash receptacles so please; carry-in.... carry-out.
Parking fee: Yes, see below.
Parking Fees for Fogland Beach between Memorial Weekend - Labor Day Weekend:
Residents: No Fees
Weekday non-resident rate: $10 per day.
Weekends & Holidays rate: $15 per day.
Motorcycles: $5 per day. RVs: $25 any day.
A link to the Fogland Marsh from The Nature Conservancy:http://www.nature.org/wherewework/northamerica/states/
Ft. Barton Revolutionary War Redoubt and Woods
Entrance on Highland Road (across from Town Hall), Tiverton, RI
Primary uses: Experience the original earthern mounds of the Revolutionary War redoubt and view the Sakonnet River area from observation tower. Hike/walk on marked trails in the 82-acre Ft. Barton Woods.
Regulations: Dogs must be leashed or under positive control. No motorized vehicles. No bikes.
Open: Sunrise to sunset.
Parking fee: No.
During the American Revolution these "Tiverton highlands" represented an important strategic location for preventing an invasion of the mainland across the narrow Sakonnet River strait by British Forces who occupied Aquidneck Island. This historic landmark is at the crest of hill near the entrance. An outlook tower now stands among the original Revolutionary War earthen mounds allowing for an expansive view of the Sakonnet River and beyond.
The Fort Barton Woods natural area is a mature, mixed hardwood forest, with some trees exceeding 100 years of age. Given the variety of conditions -- exposed bedrock, streams, slopes, and upland soil -- there is a diverse assemblage of woodland herbaceous plants and shrubs throughout Fort Barton Woods. Trails in the natural areas include rustic foot bridges, sloped inclines and rocky paths that require stamina and sure footing for safe passage.
Seapowet Marsh and Point Fishing Area
Seapowet Ave, South Tiverton
Primary use: Conservation area or wildlife refuge
Other uses: Historic interest, fishing, hiking/walking
Services: Boat ramp
Located off Seapowet Avenue, this refuge area includes a variety of coastal habitats.There is a parking area along a cobble beach north of the bridge over the Seapowet Riverand walking or driving access to Seapowet Point. There is a marsh on the point, popular for shellfishing. The beach is a good spot for walking, fishing, bird watching, or enjoying the view of the river. There is also a small gravel boat launch ramp south of the bridge that provides access to an extensive salt marsh and tidal creek area.
Entrances on East Road, Lake Road and Lafayette Road, Tiverton, RI
Primary use: Hiking/walking on marked trails.
Other uses: Horseback riding on marked trails. Dogs must be leashed or under positive control. No motorized vehicles.
Open: Sunrise to sunset.
Parking fee: No.
Weetamoo Woods is over 750 acres of varied habitats, including rare coastal oak-holly forest and an Atlantic white cedar swamp. There are 5+ miles of walking trails. Part of the original Pocasset Purchase roadway (ca. 1685) is still visible, along with cellar holes and the remains of a village sawmill. Grasslands research is being conducted on a 12-acre parcel within the woods. Weetamoo was the last sachem of the Pocasset Tribe of Wampanoag Indians. She supported the Great Sachem, Metacom (King Philip), in the King Philip's War and died in that conflict.
Bike ROUTE through Portsmouth and Tiverton that crosses the new Sakonnet River Bridge.