Fall River Heritage State Park - Accessibility

Accessibility

  • Coming from Rhode Island:
    • RT 195 East to exit 5. See directions below
  • Coming from Cape Cod:
    • RT 195 West to exit 5. See directions below
  • Coming from Boston:
    • RT 24 South to RT 195 West to exit 5 (under City Hall). See directions below

Directions:

Go right at the fork onto RT 79 & 138 north to Taunton. Take next right exit onto Davol Street. At the base of the ramp carefully bear left taking first left going under the overpass. Go left onto RT 138 South (Battleship CoveTiverton RI). Continue on RT 138 South, passing Boathouse parking lot on right followed by the park’s Visitor’s Center, then taking the next right turn (under the Braga Bridge) on to Central Street. Bottom of hill take right into main parking lot.

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