Follow the path along the length of the park, or let your dog stretch its legs in the open field. Besides the birds chirping from the trees, the only noise you might hear is an occasional rumble from the train as it travels along the tracks next to the park.
Chefalo Park Washington St & Mount Vernon St, Winchester, MA01890 This passive park was named after lifelong Winchester resident and public servant Harry Chefalo. The park is a perfect…More way to welcome visitors to the town, as it's ideally situated on the corner of Mount Vernon Street and Washington Street. There are plenty of benches and open space for residents to sit, relax and enjoy the singing birds and elegant flowers.
Located adjacent to Ambrose Elementary School, this spacious park has plenty of activities for children to do. The…More children's playground, which is named after former Ambrose Principal, George Flynn, has slides, swings and a jungle gym to keep younger children entertained.
Across from the playground, you'll find a number of athletic fields, including a soccer, baseball and softball field. There is also a basketball court located behind the fields. The park is always in use, but luckily with the school's parking lot, there's plenty of space to park your car on the weekend.
First Baptist Church of Winchester 90 Mount Vernon St, Winchester, MA01890 The church, on the corner opposite to the Winchester Town Hall, has a distinct feel of a Medieval castle.
Sundays, 10-11am ~ Worship Service;
Sundays, 10:15am - 11am ~ Children's Sunday School;
Tuesdays, 10:30am - 11:30am ~ Bible Discussion Group.
There is a small parking lot at the church and free parking is available in the public parking lot across from the church, on the corner of Skillings Rd and Washington St.
Elliot Park Main St & Lake St, Winchester, MA01890 This serene park is dedicated to Alfred Dykes Elliot for his tireless effort in the improvement and beautification of…More Winchester. It's located at the intersection of Lake Street, Main Street and Skillings Road. Even though it's a busy intersection, the park remains as quiet and peaceful as if it were an island in the middle of the ocean. From the edge of the park you can look across Wedge Pond and catch a glimpse of children swimming at Borggaard Beach. It's a pleasant walk to take with your family or a pet. Whatever you do, make sure to bring a camera; you never know when you might catch a glimpse of the family of swans or ducks that call this area their home.
Muraco Field 33 Bates Rd, Winchester, MA01890 This park is perfectly situated behind Muraco Elementary School along Bates Road. The woodchip play area is nestled…More between a wooded area and the school. Children can play on the soccer fields or on the playground. With swings, slides and a jungle gym, this park always sees plenty of activity.
Shannon Memorial Beach 4 Mystic Valley Pkwy, Winchester, MA01890 Shannon Memorial Beach is located on Mystic Valley Parkway at the border with Medford. The small, well maintained beach…More has been in operation since the 1890's -- it has also been known as Shannon Beach and Sandy Beach. In addition to beach facilities, there is an adjacent park with children's playground and plenty of free parking.