Rocky Point Scrapbook

I have so many memories growing up in Providence, RI of Rocky Point. It would be nice to see it come back.

Joshua Lufkin, Williamston, SC

I loved Rocky Point as a child and wished I could have shared the joy with my own children. Maybe I still can very soon.

Jennifer, Woonsocket, RI

Good parties on the weekend, that was 1988.

Shawn Snowden, Carbondale, CO

It belongs to the people of RI and I support that this land be kept pristine.

Rosemary McGowan, West Greenwich, RI

Thanks for all you are doing. I definitely support you in all your efforts and would love to have access to Rocky Point again.

Deborah Ladd, Providence, RI

I just wanted to add my support. I was at the outing Sunday with another grass roots organization that shares in the same vision: Rocky Point belongs to 'We The People.' I also want to echo the group I was with yesterday, Sunday, that RP needs to re-open as a theme park, with all of it's fanfare and history. Not to mention -- a much needed economic boost to this state and increased tourism. I would like to be in contact so please keep me in mind. Thanks, Matt

Matt Connor, Pawtucket, RI

Many teenage memories growing up at Rocky Point with the bands on Fri nights & ride all the rides. Shore Dinner hall for clam cakes and chowder- delicious. Pulling up to the dock off our boat to get them, or driving down! What a spectacular view and great times!

Kathleen Duchesneau, Warwick, RI

Close your eyes, sit quietly on the shores of Warwick Neck, if you listen carefully enough you can probably hear the laughter, smell the chowder and clam cakes or feel the excitement coming from the mid-way or palladium. If you can you're a Rhode Islander, welcome to the club. Saving this incredible site, full of it's memories, should be of the utmost importance to preserve it for Rhode Islander's for many generations to come.

Phil Slocum, Warwick, RI

I can remember going to Rocky Point when i was little. My parents would bring my brother and me to the park during the summers. I used to love looking out at the water, riding the Corkscrew and eating at the Dinner Hall. I would love to be able to go in and walk around the old park and look at the water again. It's a big part of the area's history and is important to a lot of people. To put condos or anything else on it would be a shame and a waste. This land should be preserved for future generations to enjoy. The stories that get passed down from generation to generation would be even better if they were told on the actual grounds where they happened. I really hope that in the future i will be able to walk there with my children and tell them about what it used to be like.

Cassie Lussier, Cumberland, RI

Please find a way to keep this location that so many have enjoyed available to be enjoyed by generations to come!!!

Sally Rovane, Warwick, RI