Butterworth Park, situated at the intersection of Bishop and Arthur Streets, received its name in honor of John T. Butterworth, one of the founding members of the Framingham Parks Commission. Serving as a genuine neighborhood park, Butterworth Park has undergone several phases of enhancements as part of a comprehensive improvement initiative.
Join us for an exciting game of pickleball at Butterworth Park in Framingham, MA! The park features six outdoor hard courts with permanent lines, and we provide portable nets for your convenience. Best of all, the courts are free to use, and reservations are not required. Additionally, the facility is equipped with lights, allowing for evening play. You can also enjoy shared courts with tennis enthusiasts. Please refer to the attached images for the schedule. These pickleball courts are run by the City of Framingham.
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