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Bernon Memorial Park
Kermit St & Carnation St, Woonsocket, RI 02895
Bernon Park has 9.86 acres of open space and athletic fields for ice hockey, tennis, baseball and basketball. ClemMore Labine Field, home of Woonsocket Pony League baseball, is in the center of the park, and a large playground here includes a jungle gym, slides, swings and a sandbox.   
Aylsworth Park
500 Aylsworth Ave, Woonsocket, RI 02895
Aylsworth Park is made up of three well maintained tennis courts and Hartnett Field, the home of East Woonsocket LittleMore League.  Just beside Woonsocket Area Career and Technical Center, this baseball field has a concession stand, electronic scoreboard, fully enclosed dugouts, and  restrooms.
Cold Spring Park
Harris Ave & Katherine Rd, Woonsocket, RI 02895
Situated on the Blackstone River, Cold Spring Park is a beautiful, sprawling space with a canoe launch, two tennisMore courts, two basketball courts, two baseball fields and a large playground. The 18.87-acre park also has a pavilion for performances and trails for walking.
Cass Park
777 Cass Ave, Woonsocket, RI 02895
Located adjacent to Woonsocket High School, Cass Park sits on more than 55 acres of open land surrounding Sylvester'sMore Pond. The park features a playground including a gym-set and plenty of swings, a baseball field, basketball court and tennis court. Dionne Track and soccer fields are also part of Cass Park.
Dunn Park
Mason St & Asylum St, Woonsocket, RI 02895
Dunn Park has a small football field and plenty of wide open space, making it an ideal spot for a pick-up game withMore family or friends. The park also has basketball and tennis courts, a baseball field, and a large playground. 
Barry Field
Park Ave & Smithfield Rd, Woonsocket, RI 02895
Home of the Woonsocket Villa Novans, Barry Memorial Field is one of the biggest sports/recreational parks in Woonsocket.More It is locally funded by the Woonsocket school system and is used year-round. With four huge fields for baseball, football, field hockey and soccer, there is always an event taking place. It is also perfect for an early evening stroll, where visitors might be able to see Woonsocket teams practicing or even get in on a local game, or simply enjoy the beautiful skyline stretching across the open fields.
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