In 1909, a section of 14.87 acres was purchased from Mrs. Mary M. Kendrick and Miss. E. R. S. Kendrick. In 1912 the heirs of Charles Morgan added another .175 acres. There is currently a total of 15.0 acres.
This park is the home of the Joe Schwartz little league. It also has a softball field, baseball field, two little league fields, basketball court, multi-purpose field and a playground. The multi-purpose field is used mostly for soccer and football games, depending on the time of year.
At Kendrick Field, you can play baseball, little league, softball, basketball, soccer, football and other field sports! Join an organized team or play with friends for fun!
Are you looking for something to do with the kids on a nice day? Be sure to check out the playground at Kendrick Field! The kids can run around and get some exercise while you relax and maybe watch some baseball or softball on the nearby fields.
View some of the other parks in this district. Get out and explore!
Burncoat Street Playground is the northern most public park in Worcester. Located between Burncoat Street and West Boylston Street, this park has a basketball court, tennis and volleyball court, as well as a playground. Burncoat Street Playground is close to Kendrick Field.
Indian Lake Beach is located on the eastern bank of Indian Lake, once known as North Pond. Although it has an interesting past, today, activities on Indian Lake include boating (motorized and non-motorized), swimming, fishing, ice fishing, skating and snowmobiling.
Salisbury Park is home to Bancroft Tower and holds some of the most beautiful views of Worcester. It is located atop Prospect Hill on the northwestern end of the city. The summit has a 360-degree view of the city. A locator map in the stone walkway helps to identify the distant hills.
Location: 7 Brooks Street - Map
Size: 15.0 acres
Parking Lot(s): Yes