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Indian Hill Park

Indian Hill Park

Public Notice

Green Hill Park Farm is closed until further notice; city parks and open spaces remain open.

  • Baseball, softball and field hockey games may start being played. Leagues must meet Phase III Step 1 requirements. Permits are required and no tournaments are allowed.
  • All fields for football, soccer, rugby, lacrosse and ultimate Frisbee remain open for practice only.
  • The City is also allowing events in parks that meet the Indoor and Outdoor Events to Address COVID-19 Guidelines. Large events, such as street festivals, parades and road races will not be allowed. Events will be restricted to 25 percent of a facility's maximum capacity (no more than 25 people or 50 in an outdoor setting).
  • Handball courts at Green Hill Park and Crompton Park are open for play.
  • Tennis and Pickleball courts are also open, while Basketball and Volleyball courts remain closed.
  • Playgrounds in 35 parks and the Skate Park at Green Hill Park are open.
  • Dog parks are open.
  • Parks & Fields Reopening Plan

We wish to remind everyone to keep a safe distance (6 feet) between yourself and other people.

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The Park includes a non-regulation sized baseball diamond and a T-ball field. These diamonds/fields share common outfield space. Also over-lapping a portion of the outfield is an area dedicated to flag/touch football, in a half-length football field arrangement. There is also a walking trail, pavilion, picnic tables, playground and basketball court.

East of the football field is a concession stand. Volunteers built the concession stand, which reflects the civic dedication to community life on the part of Park neighbors as well as residents of the City.

Indian Hill Park property was first bought in 1741 by William Thaxter, where he had his home and farmed the land that is now known as Indian Hill Park. An underpass was built in 1871 under the railroad tracks to allow the property owners to safely access the farm fields. In 1893, North Worcester Schoolhouse was built, which underwent two additional phases to become New North Worcester School. In 1981, the City sold the school to Salter School and kept the remaining 4 acres to be a public park.

Indian Hill Park is also home of Joe Schwartz Little League and Greendale Youth Flag Football League.

Multiple Ball Fields

Softball Diamond at Indian Hill Park

Indian Hill Park has many fields to fit your needs. Home of the Joe Schwartz Little League and the Greendale Youth Flag Football League, you'll find a softball diamond, baseball diamond/t-ball field and a half-length football field overlay. You'll find something for everyone at this beautiful park!

Memorial of Those Lost

Indian Hill Park Memorial Benches, Plague and Flag

The Park is home to a memorial that honors five teenagers that perished in a cabin fire at the top of Indian Hill in 1968. The memorial reflects the loss suffered by many neighbors to the Park and offers an opportunity for reflection.

Also Check Out

View some of the other parks in this district. Get out and explore!

Quick Facts

Location: 165 Ararat Street - Map

District: 1

Size: 3.9 acres

Parking Lot(s): Yes

Master Plan: View


  • Baseball Diamond
  • Basketball Court
  • Gazebo/Pavilion
  • Monuments/Memorials
  • Multipurpose Field
  • Picnic Area
  • Softball Diamond

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