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.
Also known as Centerville Playground. This park is in a relatively dense neighborhood and located adjacent to the Centerville Elementary School. The facilities are well-used, especially the sports fields.
This area was once a fly ash pit and has since been remediated so that the contaminants no longer pose a threat to the health of the public or of Beverly’s drinking water supply. The field has been capped and covered with clean fill and soil and is now one of the premier soccer field facilities in the area. Birch Plains Park hosts games for Beverly’s youth soccer throughout the fall season.
Holcroft Park [aka Gage Street Playground] is located in a high-density area with a mix of multi-family and single-family homes as well as some commercial properties. The playground is divided into two levels with a pre-school age playground on the lower level and a school age playground on the upper level.
Bessie Baker Park is in the center of a congested neighborhood and is near the downtown area. The park is heavily used by local residents and Little League teams. The field was reconstructed with an irrigation system in 1997. The basketball court was repaved, seal coated and striped in 2000; at this same time, new backboards and standards were also installed. New playground equipment, including a tot-lot and swing set, were installed in the summer of 2008.
Walking path and grass area along beach. Swings, slides, and a basketball court On-street parking available Lifeguard on duty seven days a week - two hours before high tide and remains until two hours after high tide [during summer season]
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