Francis William Bird Park in Walpole, MA offers a natural escape for visitors of all ages, featuring expansive fields, tree groves, three ponds, and bubbling brooks. The park’s design, crafted by John Nolen who was influenced by Frederick Law Olmsted, emphasizes a balance of relaxation and active play.
Bird Park (as it’s known) is a delightful destination for pickleball enthusiasts. This charming location boasts top-notch pickleball courts that cater to both beginners and seasoned players. Nestled in the heart of Walpole, Bird Park offers a serene setting for your favorite sport, making it a favorite among local pickleball aficionados. Whether you’re honing your skills or looking for a friendly match, Bird Park’s pickleball courts provide the perfect backdrop for some active fun. Join the pickleball community at Bird Park and enjoy the game in this picturesque city.
Here’s a park map.
– **Pickleball at Bird Park:**
– Merges tennis, badminton, and ping pong.
– Fun, easy-to-learn paddle sport.
– **Sessions Details:**
– Dates: Fridays, September 10-October 8
– Time: 9:00-10:00am
– Location: Bird Park’s tennis courts
– Equipment provided; bring your own paddle if possible.
– Participant-led, aimed at beginners.
– Practice opportunity, not lessons.
– **Additional Information:**
– Players should be 18 or older.
– Level entrances: Rhoades Ave lot or Pleasant Street lot.
See also in Walpole and brand new: Lorusso Athletic Field Complex
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