What Is Seekonk Known For?
We know what your car color says about you, but what do we know about the area where you drive your Acura? What is Seekonk known for? Find out with First Acura near Warwick!
Seekonk is known for its longstanding history. Early inhabitants included Native Americans from the Wampanoag Tribe. When colonists settled in Southeastern Massachusetts, Chief Massasoit served as the leader of the Wampanoags. He decided on a peace treaty with the colonists, and the Native Americans sold a large portion of modern-day Seekonk to them. Ultimately, colonists claimed the land, and the area became primarily a farming community.
Seekonk has become a go-to spot in the Providence area thanks to the Seekonk Speedway, which has been family-owned and operated since 1946. This makes it the oldest speedway in the United States. Catch a race on Friday and Saturday nights from April to September.
You haven’t made your way through Seekonk if you haven’t grabbed a bite at Country Kitchen. This family-run joint serves diner fare in an atmosphere that exudes an old school vibe.
Get to Seekonk to get outside. The following locations are excellent for sightseeing, nature viewing, wildlife spotting, and more:
- Martin Wildlife Reserve
- Runnins River Trail
- Seekonk Meadows
- Turner Reservoir
- Caratunk Wildlife Refuge
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*Seekonk Speedway Photo