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.
Manchester Field 458 Main St, Winchester, MA01890 This is the place to be on a warm Saturday afternoon over the summer. Located adjacent to McCall Middle School,…More Manchester Field has plenty to do to keep you occupied. Park features include a 400-meter track, four basketball courts and a skate park where interested parties can try to become the next Tony Hawk. The park is also home to Knowlton Field, an artificial turf athletic field with plenty of seating and a large scoreboard. The field is considered one of the better places to play football in the area, though you might also catch a lacrosse match or even a soccer game being played on the turf.
Brooks-Parkhurst Town Forest Sussex Rd & Briarwood Ln, Winchester, MA01890 This 28-acre wooded park is accessible from Ox Pasture or West Chardon Road. Surrounded by a residential area, be sure…More to look for the orange marks on the trees to verify that you're on the right path to take advantage of ample hiking opportunities. The Town Forest was given to the Brooks family during the 17th century fromby Charles I of England. After 300 years, the Town of Winchester acquired access to the majority of the park.