Harrington Field is a 6-acre park on the city's East Side 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.
Large shade trees provide a comfortable setting for this play structure complete with swings, slide, climbing area and more. Don't forget to bring your ball and shoot some hoops at the basketball court. Bring a picnic lunch and have some fun!
View some of the other parks in this district. Get out and explore!
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.
Located on the corner of I-290 and Lincoln Street, this 3.9 acre park has a playground, two basketball courts, a small baseball diamond and a walkway and benches around the park. Holland Rink Playground was originally a part of Green Hill Park, until I-290 was built in 1967.
City Hall sits on the western end of the Common and is the central hub for downtown Worcester. The Common provides vital open space in the downtown area. The park includes an amphitheater, monuments and memorials and a skating rink in the winter, also known as the Oval in the summer.
Location: 720 Franklin Street - Map
Size: 6.2 acres
Parking Lot(s): Yes
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