Looking to Scuba Dive? Visit the Dive Shop for All Your Needs

Dive Shop in Rhode Island

Living at The Residences at Slatersville Mill is simply a treat. There are many things to see and do that are situated close by our luxurious apartments. While it's still summer, you might want to consider scuba diving in Rhode Island. However, if this is your very first time attempting this amazing water activity, or if you haven't gone in some time, you … [Read more...]

Looking to Go Biking? Try the Blackstone River Bikeway

blackstone river bike trail

Bike riding is a great sport. It is great exercise and a lot of fun to do either alone or with a crowd. If you are looking to go biking in Rhode Island, there are different locations you can check out. If you are looking to go biking, try the Blackstone River Bikeway. The trail runs 48 miles, so you can do the whole thing to really challenge … [Read more...]

Relax for the Day at the Newport Vineyards & Winery

wine tasting in slatersville RI

Did you know there are vineyards in Rhode Island? One of the best places for wine enthusiasts to visit is Newport Vineyards & Winery. You can spend a fun day here with friends, a significant other or even just by yourself. Our residents enjoy the best that life has to offer, as you can see from many of the area events. Some of the fun you can take … [Read more...]

Find Something New to Read at the Providence Athenaeum

athenaeum in providence

Nothing quite says summer like spending an afternoon reading a really good book. If you are looking for a mystery page-turner, or a must-read from a favorite author, put a visit to the Providence Athenaeum on your list of things to do in Providence. You can stock up on some great reads. The Providence Athenaeum is devoted to sharing and preserving … [Read more...]

Take the Family Out to the Roger Williams Park Zoo

Roger Williams Park Zoo in Providence

First settled in the 17th century, Providence has grown into a bustling downtown metropolis. Looking for things to do in Providence?  You have no shortage of options, but for starters, take the family down to the Roger Williams Park Zoo, one of the oldest zoos in the United States. Founded in 1872, Roger Williams Park Zoo has been called "New … [Read more...]