South Worcester Playground, also known as Harry Sherry Field and as Maloney Field, became a City park in 1986. This 5-acre park is located on Cambridge St and is the home of the South Worcester Baseball league.
This park features two baseball fields, a soccer area, two handball courts, a basketball court, a playground, the Camp Street Community Garden and the South Worcester Neighborhood Center.
If baseball isn't your thing, you find other options at Harry Sherry Field to suit your needs. Check out both of the handball courts and the basketball court; bring some friends and have a ball!
The playground area at Harry Sherry Field (South Worcester Playground) is typically a busy area with many children running around and having fun. This beautiful playground near the South Worcester Neighborhood Center and the Camp Street Community Garden has many separate play structures to keep young ones interested and entertained.
View some of the other parks in this district. Get out and explore!
The park was purchased in 1888, and it was named Crompton Park and was then an open field which was used as a playground. Whether you and your kids are into sports, splashing around, enjoying a relaxing picnic or playing on a playground, there's something for everyone at Crompton Park!
Cookson Field is located within the College Hill residential neighborhood in south-central Worcester, near Holy Cross College and the Auburn border. The park site was purchased by the City of Worcester on June 3, 1936 from Herbert E. Howe, and named for Mayor Walter Cookson.
University Park is located in both a residential neighborhood and directly adjacent to a college campus. In the middle of the park is Crystal Pond, formerly used for swimming and ice skating. Today, activities on the Pond are limited to occasional paddle boating or toy boat races.
Location: 380 Cambridge Street - Map
Size: 4.9 acres
Parking Lot(s): Yes
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