Haines Memorial State Park
first, Haines State Park consisted of two picnic groves, but later ball fields were added for baseball and other sports of the day.
During the Depression of the 1930s, the Civilian Conservation Corps, which was at work in other parks across Rhode Island, built fire places and
sculpted turf away from the beach to enhance it for bathers. A pedestrian footbridge connected Haines with nearby Crescent
Park until it was swept away in the ’38 Hurricane. A bath house was added in 1940. More recent developments have made it a stop on the East Bay Bike
Path and in 2002 it became the site of a seasonal farmer’s market.
Haines State Park features a handicap accessible boat ramp, restrooms, and game fields which are avaiable for rent through the town of Barrington at (401)-247-1925.
Colt State Park
Colt State Park Office
Activities at this location:
33 Picnic Sites, each with a fireplace and table (First Come/First Serve)
The Department of Environmental Management, along with the Governor's Office on Disabilities and the US Fish and Wildlife Service, has reconditioned the boat ramp at Haines State Park and it is now accessible for people with disabilities. Rhode Island Boating Regulations apply.