One of Holyoke’s most popular recreation areas, Crosier Field hosts many activities and includes 60', 75' and 90' diamonds, 5 tennis courts (2 courts are lighted), and seasonally two soccer fields and one hockey field. Parking is available on street and at Peck school 1916 Northampton St.
Historical Tours of Greater Holyoke gives tours of canals, churches, cemeteries, parks, reservoirs, and streets in and around Holyoke. Numerous free public tours are on my web site. Paid private group and organization tours are also possible.
The Holyoke Preservation Trust is a non-profit organization that works to preserve Holyoke's historic architectural heritage, culture and history for present and future generations. We aim to educate, inspire and encourage historic preservation throughout the city by offering activities, programs and technical assistance.
This was Holyoke’s first enclosed stadium and has hosted numerous sports teams/events including the AAA Holyoke Millers of the 1970s and early ’80s. Today the stadium contains a 90' diamond, stadium seating for 3,000, dugouts, and is the home to NECBL (New England Collegiate Baseball League) team the Holyoke Sox.
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The park contains a 60’ lighted diamond with player benches and player protective fence, one lighted basketball court, 1 5-tier bleacher, paved play area, bathroom, and storage building. The playscape and swings were installed in 2013. Located behind Kelly School at 216 West Street.
Dedicated on Saturday, October 23, 1965, in honor of Holyoke Parks Superintendent Patrick Henry McNulty. The park contains some playground equipment, benches and two areas that overlook the Connecticut River. There is limited off-street parking available.
Doors Open Registration and hours on Holyoke Chamber website. MIFA’s mission is to present the finest examples of contemporary practice in the performing, visual and literary arts for the purposes of educating, entertaining and enriching lives. MIFA serves the economic revitalization of Holyoke through the preservation and reopening of the historic landmark Victory Theatre.
Located in one of Holyoke's oldest mill buildings, Mill 1 features its original architectural elements including sandblasted brick, exposed original high-ceiling pine beams, refinished gleaming maple floors, a stunning custom bar and modern amenities, creating a uniquely beautiful, historic, rustic backdrop for any occasion.
Edwin J. Mitchell Field was originally named Prospect Field. It was renamed in 1933 and formally dedicated in honor of Private Mitchell in 1937. A popular spot for baseball, the park contains a 90' diamond, player benches, and protective fencing. There is limited on-street parking.