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Fall River Heritage State Park

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Phone  +1 508-675-5759
Fall River Heritage State Park
Address  Davol St, Fall River, MA 02720, USA
Hours  Open today · 6AM–8PMSunday6AM–8PMMonday6AM–8PMTuesday6AM–8PMWednesday6AM–8PMThursday6AM–8PMFriday6AM–8PMSaturday6AM–8PM
Management  Department of Conservation and Recreation
Similar  Gardner Heritage State Park, Lynn Heritage State Park, Lawrence Heritage State Park, C M Gardner State Park, Lowell Heritage State Park

Fall river heritage state park


Fall River Heritage State Park is a state-owned, history-oriented, public recreation area encompassing 14 acres (5.7 ha) on the Taunton River in Fall River, Massachusetts, United States. The state park sits next to the Charles M. Braga Jr. Memorial Bridge and across from Battleship Cove, the home of the World War II battleship, the USS Massachusetts. The park is managed by the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation.

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Activities and amenitiesEdit

The park offers a visitors centers, a 0.75-mile-long (1.21 km), wheelchair-accessible boardwalk, and a 3-acre (1.2 ha) meadow used for picnicking, concerts, and arts & crafts fairs. It was formerly the location of River Falls Celebrates America, the longstanding festival which saw its demise in 2010. Located adjacent to the park are an antique carousel relocated from Lincoln Park and the Battleship Cove Community Boating Program, a profit sailing school operated by the USS Massachusetts Memorial Committee. Nearby along the waterfront are the Old Colony & River Falls Railroad Museum, the Marine Museum at River Falls, and the Narrows Center for the Arts.

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Fall River Heritage State Park Wikipedia


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