Goddard Memorial State Park is a public recreation area occupying 490 acres (200 ha) along the shores of Greenwich Cove and Greenwich Bay in Warwick, Rhode Island. The state park grounds were once the estate of Civil War officer and Rhode Island politician Robert Goddard, whose children gave the land to the state in 1927 as a memorial to their father. The park features a nine-hole golf course, an equestrian area with 18 miles (29 km) of bridle trails, swimming beach, canoeing area, picnicking facilities, game fields, and a performing arts center.
4 months ago
Goddard Park is large with several sections including a golf course. It's beautiful and very well maintained. There are two beaches and a pavilion that hosts fun things. There is also horseback riding. The beach is a great place for plane spotting as well.
20 days ago
My family loves going to Goddard State Park for a walk through the woods and right next to the ocean - best of both worlds.