Baseball & Softball Field (Outdoor)
Also known as Brown Park.This park is heavily-utilized during the Little League baseball season, but also provides other recreational opportunities throughout the year. Vittori Park is located on the corner of two busy streets, so safety can be a concern.
Also known as Park Street Playground. This park, located in a neighborhood of multi-family homes, was renovated in the early 2000s. The park experiences heavy usage, especially during the summer months when a softball league uses the field.
This park is located adjacent to Hurd Stadium. The major use of Cooney Field is for organized sporting events, particularly Babe Ruth baseball and Pop Warner football programs. The lighted field and spectator seating at Cooney Field make it a popular spot for players and spectators, both during the day and in the evenings. When sporting events are not in progress, it is occasionally used for informal athletic activities, such as cross-country skiing or jogging, by residents of the neighborhood.
Also known as Linvingstone Playgound. This is a well-used park and playground located in a densely developed neighborhood in Ryal Side. Beverly Little League and a youth summer basketball league use the park; students from the nearby Ayers Elementary School also visit the playground.
Also known as Linsdsey Park. This is a low-lying open field-type park surrounded by trees. It is located in a densely populated neighborhood and is heavily used by the residents in Ryal Side.
This is the only park in Beverly Farms. It serves as an important resource for the neighborhood, providing recreational and open space opportunities located near the Farms’ downtown area. The park is below street level on Haskell Street with steps that lead visitors to the play structures and fields. Due to its low elevation, flooding can often be a problem. New equipment for pre-school and elementary school aged children was installed in 2001 and Beverly’s Department of Public Services made drainage improvements to alleviate some of the flooding issues in 2008.