Originally known as “Crafts Hill”, located behind the former John J. Lynch School, the land was purchased and named “Anniversary Park." Anniversary Field has popular winter sledding and hosts football and baseball (90’ Diamond) for other seasons. Off-street parking is available at 1575 Northampton Street.
The park contains: one 60' diamond, backstop, player benches, and protective fence, one full-size basketball court, a play structure for 5-8 yr olds, swings and benches. Street parking is available. This park was completely renovated in 2014. Located at the end of Oak Street, next to Hampden and Beech Street.
This stadium-style park contains a 60' diamond with player benches and protective fencing. The park is a popular area for community baseball games. The park is located on Jackson Street. Street parking is available.
The park contains shaded sitting areas with benches, a water spray pad, walkways, and open green space. The water spray pad was installed in 2015. On-street parking is available.
Features of Community Field include a 300' refrigerated ice skating path, a warming house with bathrooms, a large hill with sledding capability, two large playscape structures, picnic tables, a pavilion, an enclosed dog park, hiking, and walking trails. There is also a large recreational area and ample parking.
The facilities include a 60' diamond, player benches with protective fencing, a playscape for ages 3-6 and swings. Off-street parking is limited.
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.