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 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.
Seven hardwood trees and four Maple trees were planted along the Lincoln Street border to replace the vegetation that was lost during the highway exit expansion.
Holland Rink Playground was originally a part of Green Hill Park, until I-290 was built in 1967. This severed the Holland Recreation Area from the body of Green Hill Park, eliminating its swimming pool and making the land into a neighborhood park with a ball field and basketball courts.
If you want to practice fielding ground balls or just take some batting practice, this baseball diamond is perfect to hone your skills. Grab your gear and take to the field!
View some of the other parks in this district. Get out and explore!
Worcester’s largest and most diverse park includes a golf course and many sports fields, some lighted. There is a petting zoo, arboretum, ponds and playgrounds. Green Hill Pond, a 30-acre “great pond” is at the center. Multiple gazebos and picnic areas provide areas to relax and take in the view.
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.
Dodge Park is a quaint 9 acre park located to the east of Indian Lake. Thomas Dodge donated the land to establish Dodge Park in 1889. In 1897, a rustic stone bridge was built over what was Arthur Spring at the time. Today, Dodge Park has a gazebo, a picnic area and nature trails to enjoy!