DK Travel, Inc. 318 2nd Ave, Woonsocket, RI02895 DK Travel, Inc., has been helping people reach their destinations since 1997. It is a family-owned and -operated…More business. It specializes in group travel for family and business and will work to accomodate your travel needs.
Donovan Travel 2168 Diamond Hill Rd, Woonsocket, RI02895 Founded in Rhode Island, Donovan Travel has successfully provided southern New England with travel plans…More for over 30 years. They are a full service travel agency able to help transport you through the land, air or sea to your dream location.
Travelers Transit, Inc. 664 Front St, Woonsocket, RI02895 Travelers Transit is located on Front Street in downtown Woonsocket. A part of Valley Transportation Corp., Travelers…More Transit has contracted transportation services. Valley Transportation Corp. is your one stop for all things from bus rentals, to cabs while housing multiple companies under one roof, including Travelers Transit. Open until midnight daily for your convenience.
Woonsocket Motor Inn 333 Clinton St, Woonsocket, RI02895 Located on Clinton Street, Woonsocket Motor Inn offers affordable rates for its rooms during any day of the week. With…More newly renovated rooms, Woonsocket Motor Inn provides the solution for any traveler looking to stay a night in Woonsocket. The 39 spacious rooms are available for your convenience seven days a week, 24 hours a day for reservations.
U-Haul 115 Ricard St, Woonsocket, RI02895 Launched in 1945, the company has been helping people move for over 50 years. It was one of the first moving truck…More rental companies to allow one-way interstate travel. It carries a variety of trucks in many sizes as well as trailers. On-premises parking is permitted for as long as a truck is rented out.
As soon as the trees start to turn, and the smell of camp fires float through the air, the people of Woonsocket…More anxiously await the month of October.
Autumnfest has become the building block for tradition in this great city. For the past 30 years, Autumnfest holds its annual celebration at World War II Memorial State Park every Columbus Day weekend, with everything from face painting to local shop booths and, of course, the stage where local and traveling bands and performances keep the crowd entertained.
Once a picturesque jewel of a park, the space is now in disrepair. Beautiful fall foliage may still provide a feast for the eyes, but the cobblestone walkways are unkempt, and the beach and pond are dry and overgrown.