164 New State Hwy
Raynham, MA 02767
Phone: (508) 824-8647
Fax: (508) 824-1857
164 New State Hwy, Raynham, MA, US, 02767
- Phone: (508) 824-8647
- Fax: (508) 824-1857
Get ready for some adrenaline-pumping paintball action at this fantastic facility. PnL was established by expert players in 1991 to introduce the sport of paintball among masses.Today, the facility is renowned as one of the best in the region. The numerous fields from the wooded Mosquito Nest to the fantastic Ghost Town, offer something for everyone. The on-site pro shop offers the latest playing and safety gear. Check website for more.
The Dighton Rock State Park is a vast recreational area located in Berkley. Spread across a vast stretch of 85 acres (34 hectares), it has all the possible options to enjoy outdoor activities. The site of the park had previously been the resting place of a gigantic boulder, which is now kept in a museum. The museum is located in the park itself and is open to the public by appointments only. The activities that one can do include hiking, motorized boating, fishing and canoeing. This place is perfect for picnics because of its beautiful location.
Nestled in the Norton Great Woods is this relatively new golf course, which was built in 2002. It is owned and handled officially by the PGA Tour. This club also played host to the 2004 Deutsche Bank Championship and the proceeds went to the Tiger Woods Foundation. Its course has the full 18 holes, with a 10-acre expanse devoted only to beginners. For those not interested in golf or playing caddie there is the 34,000 square foot clubhouse where you can relax and unwind.
This stadium opened in 2002 and has a capacity of over 6000. While the park is not very impressive and everything seems to be made of tin, (even the luxury boxes!!) the red seats seem a nice change from the usually mundane green ones. Still, this minor league park has something new to offer . . . No Mascots! Okay, you're not getting something completely innovative but it's uncommon these days. So, head down to Campanelli Stadium and cheer the current team, Brockton Rox, and if you feel like you are in a cheap place, it's okay. You are!
Nine hole par three course featuring holes that range from 119 yards to 218 yards.
Established in 1974, this studio offers a variety of programs, from recreational to competitive, for every dancer. Pre-school through adult classes are offered year-round.
This six-passenger bicycle may be rented for explorations of the area.
An integral part of student lives at Brown University, Brown Stadium is known for hosting the most awaited matches of the season. The arena can easily accommodate upto 20,000 people and additional arrangements can be made for spectators by placing portable bleachers in the stadium premises. With a naturally lush grass field area, hi-tech night lights, comfortable seating, numerous refreshment stands and a neat press box—the stadium's exceptional facilities add to the viewing pleasure. On game nights, the place comes alive with the loud cheer of enthusiastic fans encouraging their favorite teams.
Also known as the Paul Bailey Pizzitola Memorial Sports Center in memory of Paul Bailey Pizzitola the Pizzitola Memorial Sports Center is home to the Brown University Bears basketball teams. This facility is used for practice session of the teams. The Kate Brodsky Memorial Squash Pavilion is also located here and so is the 4,000 square foot Washington Weight Room. In addition there are also gymnatics and wrestling rooms.
Prospect Park was one of original horror writer/iconoclast H.P. Lovecraft's favorite places to loiter. When you arrive, it is not hard to see why he enjoyed it so much. The park sits atop Congdon Street in historic College Hill and it offers one of the best views of downtown Providence. Another highlight here is a the statue of Roger Williams, one of the founders of Rhode Island. In fact, his remains lie underneath the statue. Overall, it's a worthwhile stop, especially if you're here when the sun goes down in the West.
You do not have to go to New York City's Rockefeller Center to capture the flavor of outdoor ice-skating and events. The Bank of America Skating Center has 14,000 square feet of skating space. Concession stands and skating rentals are available in the 3,500-square-foot pavilion. The rink-side PrimeSource Gift Shop sells skating accessories and Providence memorabilia. The rink also converts into a roller blade arena during the summer months.
Riverwalk & Waterplace Park is pegged against the confluence of the Woonasquatucket and Providence rivers in a little corner of downtown Providence. It's best known for its WaterFire events, which are mini-bonfires that bob atop the water to the beat of world and classical music. The city revitalized the entire area in 1994 and the walk makes an otherwise droll stroll into a pleasant one when walking to College Hill over the Washington Street bridge. The park's bridges are fashioned after those classical ones in Venice, and it's not uncommon to see gondoliers gliding under them.