Riverside Park Riverside St & Highland Ave, Needham, MA02494 Though small in size, Riverside Park offers park-goers a children's playground and spacious field. Parking can be found…More adjacent to the park.
Mitchell School Park 187 Brookline St, Needham, MA02492 The park at Mitchell School features a basketball court, two youth diamonds and a playground. Visitors can find parking…More off of Brookline Ave. and Lindbergh Ave.
Broadmeadow School Park 120 Broad Meadow Rd, Needham, MA02492 The Needham Park and Recreational Department-maintained fields behind Broadmeadow School feature two youth-sized…More baseball diamonds and playground facilities. One facility is for little children, ages 3-5, and another area is set-up for the bigger kids, ages 5-12. Visitors are asked to park in the lower lot off of Broadmeadow Road, just to the right of the school.
Cricket Field Hillside Ave & Sunnyside Rd, Needham, MA02494 Cricket Field features two multi-purpose fields, a half basketball court and a playground suitable for kids ages 3 to 5.…More Several soccer goals are also present on the fields. Dogs are permitted, but owners are asked to keep pets on a leash, walk them along the perimeter and clean up after them. Parking can be found on Sunnyside Road.
Mills Field 96 Gould St, Needham, MA02494 A basketball court, tennis courts and a youth baseball diamond all beckon visitors to Mills Field on Gould Street. Other…More amenities include a picnic area with grills and a playground that is suitable for ages 3-6.
Greene's Field Pickering St & Great Plain Ave, Needham, MA02492 Efforts in recent years by dedicated residents have thus far saved Greene's Field from being demolished. Due to the…More park's sparing, visitors here have the opportunity to take in a Little League game, take part in a pick-up game of basketball or make use of the area's open field. The site also includes a large playground (designed for ages 7 to 12) and a picnic area. In addition, gaslights dot a walking path near the edge of the park. Motorists must park on Pickering Street.
Claxton Field was dedicated in 1966 to Philip H. Claxton, "the pioneer of public recreation in the Town of Needham…More for many years," as stated by a plaque that greets guests at the entranceway. For years, Needham residents have flocked to the site for its two adult softball fields and its soccer field.
Games can now be watched on the recently added bleachers, and visitors can also make use of Claxton's picnic area with grills. Younger children will find a playground on-site and water fountains are also available. Public restrooms exist, but are currently under renovation.
DeFazio Park recently underwent an extensive renovation and is now home to several first-rate athletic facilities.…More Baseball and softball players will find nirvana with Asa Small, a 60-foot diamond, and John McLeod Field, home to two 90-foot diamonds. Athletes in other sports will also find two multiple-use fields (complete with lights and a synthetic turf) and an eight-lane track.
Amenities at DeFazio include public restrooms and a picnic area with grills. Children can make use of the park's playground and shade can be found in the large gazebo. Dogs are permitted, but must be kept on a leash.