Green Hill Park Farm is closed until further notice; city parks and open spaces remain open.
We wish to remind everyone to keep a safe distance (6 feet) between yourself and other people.
Located across the street from Commerce Bank Field at Foley Stadium, Beaver Brook Park is home to both Ted Williams Little League and the Worcester Vikings youth football program. The park also offers numerous paved walking paths with pedestrian lighting. This, along with multiple playing fields and its sheer size, makes it one of the City's busiest and premier recreational parks.
Beaver Brook Park has multiple playground and structure options for the little ones to enjoy. Located on opposite corners of the park, enjoy a leisurely stroll along the walking paths and enjoy the beautiful surroundings as you explore the different play areas.
Basketball, street hockey, little league baseball, softball, and football/soccer; there's something for everyone! With our multipurpose football/soccer field you have the opportunity to play soccer in the spring and summer, while football markings are complete for the fall season.
The City's second off-leash dog park opened in October of 2017. This double-gated, fenced and secured area within Beaver Brook Park offers dogs and dog lovers a place to go and enjoy the company of other animals. The approximately 17,000 square foot dog park is located next to the Beaver Brook Community Building on Mann Street (accessible parking/route is from the parking lot on Chandler Street) and offers complimentary dog waste disposal bags for dog owners to help keep the park clean.
The park is split into two fenced sections; one side for smaller dogs and one for larger dog breeds. All dogs are required to have a City of Worcester dog license on them at all times, required to have their vaccinations up-to-date, must be older than 6 months of age and a maximum of two dogs per adult/owner are allowed.
View some of the other parks in this district. Get out and explore!
Farber Field is a small 3 acre city park located off of Moreland Street on Camelot Drive, on Worcester's West Side. This park features a rectangular multi-purpose field. Depending on the season, most often soccer games or football games are played on this this type of multi-purpose field.
Rockwood Field is located right next door to Worcester State University on Chandler Street. George I. Rockwood donated the land that now makes up Rockwood Field to the City of Worcester in 1940 with the intention to create an area that would be placed under the Parks and Recreation Department.
Boynton Park is Worcester's second largest city-park, physically located within the town of Paxton. It features a baseball diamond, picnic area and many hiking and nature trails, which connect to many other publicly accessible green spaces. Silver Spring cuts through the middle of the park.