This .32 acre parcel borders both Essex Street and Pleasant Street. Its benches allows visitors to relax while paying respect to Marblehead's Fallen Heroes. The park honors those who have died at war with memorials for all wars and conflicts.
The Ipswich Riverwalk is a bridge that spans the Ipswich River in Downtown Ispswich and effectively permits easy foot traffic across the river From South Main Street to Union Street through Ebesco Publishing's parking lot. There are small park areas on either side of the bridge.
This park borders Manchester Harbor with a pebble beach, pier, benches, swing set, gazebo, and covered function area with picnic tables. Resident parking only. A beautiful location for a party, picnic, family gathering, or just a day at the park and beach! Located in Manchester, Massachusetts, Tuck's Point has a beach, swings, picnic area, Chowder House, and comfort station with male and female accessible bathrooms. You can reserve the park through the Town of Manchester - with price scales for residents and non-residents.
This Park is the historic site of Gloucester's first settlers in 1623. Dorchestermen set up fishing stages on this land. Two beaches are located in Stage Fort Park - Cressy's Beach and Half Moon Beach . Half Moon is a sheltered sandy beach that is more like a lagoon. Cressy's Beach is a rocky, more natural beach.
Overlooking the Merrimack River in historic Newburyport, MA, Moseley Woods is a 16-acre public park featuring hiking trails, picnic tables, a well-equipped playground and a spacious pavilion that is home to a summer concert series. A haven for nature lovers, dog walkers and children, the park is maintained by the Friends of Moseley Woods, a registered non-profit corporation established by members of the Moseley Woods Commission and the City of Newburyport.