Newport Gulls 20 Americas Cup Ave, Newport, RI02840 Newport Gulls is a collegiate baseball team located in Newport. The team is a member of the New England Collegiate…More Baseball League. In addition to regular season games, the Newport Gulls offer youth summer camp programming. A full roster and schedule of upcoming games are available online. For further inquiries, please call the team at the number provided.
Considered one of the oldest ballparks in the U.S., Cardines Field is a popular complex in the heart of Newport. It…More is the home of the Newport Gulls baseball team.
Formerly known as "the basin," it was used in the 1800s as a source of water for steam locomotives. In 1908, a small group of railroad employees cleared the space for a baseball diamond. In 1936, the city purchased the field. In the 80's, it was at risk of being torn down to make way for a parking lot. But it is now well-maintained, in part thanks to the "Friends of Cardines Foundation" and the work of the Newport Recreation Department. Cardines field underwent renovations in 2002.
Many baseball greats are said to have played there. Rumor has it that Babe Ruth even graced the stadium.
Murphy Field Ruggles Ave & Carroll Ave, Newport, RI02840 This city-maintained park features two baseball fields, two basketball courts, tennis courts and a playground. Murphy…More Field is frequently used by local sports leagues. Park benches and other open spaces are also available for rest and play.
Hogan Field is home of the Fifth Ward Little League team.
It features a well-maintained baseball field right…More on the edge of the Newport Harbor, along Wellington Avenue.
Hunter Field 3rd St & Van Zandt Ave, Newport, RI02840 The features of Hunter Field include a baseball/softball diamond, two tennis courts and a playground. The facility is…More located very close to the Newport Bridge and can be accessed from 3rd Street.
Vernon Park Vernon Ave & Freeborn St, Newport, RI02840 Located off Vernon Avenue on the city's north end, Vernon Park is home to the Heffernan Tennis Courts, the Field of…More Dreams baseball field and a playground. Park benches, picnic tables, and restroom facilities are also available.
Mudville Pub 8 W Marlborough St, Newport, RI02840 This fun bar and restaurant has outdoor tables in back overlooking Cardines Field. The field, recently ranked the…More 4th best park in the United States for summer collegiate baseball, encompasses the back porch. The view makes this pub a great choice for a beer on a hot day. The "dugout" as they call it, fills up when the Newport Gulls play, but it also has table service and a full bar with 25 draft beer choices inside. The menu includes your typical pub appetizers, along with pizza, salads, burgers, sandwiches, and some BBQ plates.
The Lady Who Paints 9a Bridge St, Newport, RI02840 All of the magnificent work found in The Lady Who Paints is done by local artist and gallery owner, Rosemary Kavanagh…More O'Carroll. The Lady Who Paints is a large art gallery and working studio with a patio out front, where Rosemary paints outside every day. When she isn't busy painting, she'll happily meet and greet customers any time. The Lady Who Paints is also one of the few places in Newport with its own private parking lot. When you enter the gallery you can expect to find eloquent Newport street scenes and Rockwell-style images from Newport's famous baseball park, Cardines Field. Rosemary always uses oil paints on stretched canvas, copper with wool roving, or Newport Daily News Printing Sheet Metal. Looking for some artwork that truly represents Newport? Then you are looking for The Lady Who Paints!