Rocky Point Scrapbook

Save the park!

Melissa Kisinitz, Cranston, RI

As a child, I rode my first roller coaster at Rocky Point with my father. My family went to enjoy the festivities at Rocky Point every summer. Making good, public use of the land would be wonderful. There are beautiful views and fond memories going to waste!

Amy Crossley, Hope Valley, RI

I grew up going to Rocky Point every year as a child and have amazing memories even as an adult! I would love if my children could have the same opportunity to make their memories at Rocky Point!!

Sherry Smith, North Kingston, RI

Rocky Point is a major icon in RI history. It deserves to be a heritage site.

Arlene York, Warwick, RI

The ONLY right thing to do with this property is public ownership. Anything else is unthinkable.

Melissa Robb, Warwick, RI

I grew up in Warwick Neck and have many fond memories of Rocky Point. I spent one summer working at Rocky Point as well as many summers enjoying the rides, pool, and clamcakes. I fully support public access to and use of the entire Rocky Point property.

Kerri Cardoza, Gainesville, VA

My first trip to Rocky Point as a child was in 1961 with my family. Twenty years later I brought my own children. Sometimes we'd just sit on the shore and share a bag or 2 of the famous "Rocky Point Clam Cakes" and have some very interesting conversations. It's amazing what children will talk about when in a relaxed setting like that! My prayers..let this peaceful place continue so I can share it with my grandchildren!

Muriel Glose, Pacoag, RI

I grew up in West Warwick and always went to Rocky Point as a kid. It's a shame it can't be reopened for the public to enjoy!!!!

Matt Rouse, Niles, MI

I remember going to Rocky Point as a child and eating clam cakes and chowder at the dinner hall. I remember going there with my friends and riding the corkscrew. I want to be able to take my kids thru there so they can see what a great location it was.

Kevin Fera, Warwick, RI

I was 13 when Rocky Point closed. My childhood is filled with warm memories of the park. If RP can be brought back, even in a minimized state, it would be such a service to all Rhode Islanders. There has been no form of true family entertainment in RI since the park closed. Please bring it back!

Sarah Borges, East Providence, RI