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.
This park is located at the summit of Bell Hill, also known as Chandler Hill Park. It features Bell Hill Pond, formerly known as Bladder Pond, which was Worcester's first reservoir/water supply in 1845.
Chandler Hill is bordered by Belmont Street to the north, Shrewsbury Street to south and east and a densely packed neighborhood of mostly apartment buildings to the west.
In one area of the park, you can play basketball, play on the playground, go for a swim or simply look out at Bell Pond. In another area, Chandler Hill Park, you can play a variety of sports depending on the season on the multipurpose field!
After you've cooled off from swimming at Bell Pond, enjoy hiking through Chandler Park, playing on the bright and cheerful playground structure, play some pick-up basketball with your friends on the court or just relax on the beach and enjoy the scenery. Summer months are perfect for spending the day with entertainment for everyone!
This renovated and enclosed basketball court is a very popular spot for pickup games and for players who just want to work on improving their game. When you're done playing you can also cool off with a swim at Bell Pond!
View some of the other parks in this district. Get out and explore!
Harrington Field is a 6-acre park on the city's East Side, located between Franklin Street and Harrington Way. Named after former Worcester Mayor Francis A. Harrington, it is the home of Jack Barry Little League and features two softball fields, a baseball field, a playground and a basketball court.
This playground is named after the late Elizabeth "Betty" Price, a woman who led the way for African American women in Worcester. The property consists of two parcels: one initially acquired from Prospect House, Inc. in 1968 and a second parcel acquired by the City in 2000.
The Korean War Memorial on Worcester Center Boulevard near Washington Station honors the many men who died in the Korean War. A bronze statue of a Korea-era American GI and a Korean child was added later, along with educational signs, additional flagpoles and a Walkway of Honor.