This is one of Fitchburg’s oldest parks and it contains a two-acre woodland that has large oak trees, reminiscent of the oak savannas that once dominated the landscape. An intermittent drainage-way and a two-acre tall grass area extend through the southern portion of the park. The park also contains a shelter, restrooms, drinking fountain, eleven picnic tables, grills, play equipment, half basketball court, volleyball area, five horseshoe pits, two softball diamonds, park identification sign, four electrical outlets and landscaping. The shelter can be reserved for picnics of up to 175 people. This park served as a community park in the past and because of its size, parking and access, can continue to accommodate moderate levels of league play for softball, youth ball, and picnic gatherings.
Outdoors & Sports
- Baseball/Softball Field:
- Basketball Court (Half or Full):
- Picnic Shelter:
- Volleyball Court: