Parks & Recreation

Our mission is to enrich the lives of the residents of Mansfield by providing safe, welcoming parks and recreation facilities in addition to offering a wide range of high quality recreational leagues, events, programs, and activities for people of all ages and abilities. We strive to offer the highest standard of excellence in public service through a cooperative partnership with our community while promoting health and well-being.


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winter Program Registration  

Adult 
Programs
Family 
Programs
Youth & Adult Programs
Youth 
Activities
Monday Kripalu Yoga πŸ§˜

Winter πŸ€ Co-Ed 
Pick-Up Basketball

Fall 🏐 Spring Volleyball League

🌲 MASS DCR Parks Pass πŸŒ²

JANUARY πŸ’ P-Bruins Tickets Featuring 90's Weekend

πŸ“·  2022 Photo Contest

 Winter πŸŽΎ Tennis Lessons

Youth πŸ₯‹ Karate Lessons

Blue Hills 
⛷️ Ski β›·οΈ 

&
πŸ‚ Snowboard πŸ‚ Lessons


Congratulations to our 2021 New Year's Photo Challenge Winners! πŸ“·

Lorrie Renker- January, April, August1. January- WW II Memorial Rail Trail- Lorrie Renker

4. April- Plymouth Street Recreational Facility- Lorrie Renker8. August- Plymouth Street NRT Trail- Lorrie Renker

Michael Wilson- February, June, October

2. February- North Common- Michael Wilson

6. June- Sweet Pond Conservation Area- Michael Wilson

10. October- Great Woods Conservataion Area Michael Wilson

Kathleen Higgins- March

3. March- Corporal Robert Francis Hardy Conservation Area- Kathleen Higgins

Robert O'Keefe- May, December

5. May- Fultons Pond- Robert OKeefe

12. December- Dorothy Streese Conservation Area- Robert OKeefe

Mark Saucier, Jr.- July

7. July- South Common- Mark Saucier, Jr.

Julie L. Cotterill- September

9. September- Memorial Park- Julie L. Cotterill

Karen Curley- November

11. November- Marie Streese Conservation Area- Karen Curley


2022 Facility Request Forms