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.
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.
This massive playground has everything you could ask for. There are three soccer fields, a basketball court, a…More baseball field and a tennis court. If you like to play a pick-up game with friends or practice your game on your own, this is the park for you.
As you try to improve your long-range shooting, your children can play on the playground that's tucked in the corner behind all these courts. There they can play on the swings, slides or even try and climb a small rock wall.
Don't be afraid to bring your dog down to the field as well. There's a path that circles the entire field--if you follow it long enough, you'll reach a pond with a large open area where your favorite pet can get a chance to stretch its legs.
Ginn Field Mystic Valley Pkwy & Bacon St, Winchester, MA01890
This park, located off Bacon Street, is a great place to catch the weekend's little league games. With two softball…More fields and a baseball field, there is plenty of space for the town teams to compete.
The park also has a soccer field and batting cages. There's lots of seating available in the stands for spectators to comfortably sit and watch the competition.
For younger kids, there's a playground with swings, slides and a jungle gym.
This is the perfect place to come watch the Winchester little league games. With three baseball fields, a tee-ball…More field and a children's playground, it can keep anyone entertained.
The main field, which was named after Sachem Youth baseball and softball President Robert Nutile, is a state-of-the-art field. With a towering home run fence, exquisite scoreboard and dugouts, it makes playing on this field even more special.
With swings, slides, concessions and a baseball game going on in the background, it's an ideal way to spend your Saturdays.
This beach was named after Winchester Rotarian Clarence Bouggaard who, in the tenth decade of his life, managed to…More secure a swimming facility for the residents of Winchester.
The beach, which is located right next to the Packer tennis courts, sits comfortably alongside Wedge Pond. The beach is open from June 23 to August 16 from noon to 5pm. During swimming hours, there is a lifeguard on duty.
The sandy beach has a walkway leading right up to the water. You can also find a small playground with a swing set along with changing and shower facilities.
This park is located right next to Lynch Elementary School. The woodchip playground has several activities for young…More children. Along with the park's ample amount 0f open space for children to run around, there are swings, slides and a jungle gym to keep them entertained.
On the other side of a small, wooded area, there is a wide-open field where soccer games take place. Whether it's a practice, a town competition or a pick-up game, the soccer field always has some activity. And there are two basketball hoops on the premises, which are located on the parking lot.
The Winchester Recreation & Community Education department is on Main Street in a majestic building, which is…More surrounded by large fields, a playground and basketball courts. The department has activities for adults, children and summer-specific classes. Adult programs include business and finance, creative arts, dance, health and fitness, music and personal development. For the youths of Winchester, the department offers SAT prep classes, babysitting training and for elementary school children it hosts a track meet.
Over the summer the activities vary from swimming programs to soccer and sport camps to adventure and art camps. There are also a number of tennis programs adults and youths can choose from.
The Winchester Youth Center is committed to cultivating leadership skills and a devotion to community service through healthy social and learning activities for teens.