Parks, Athletic Fields, & Recreation Facilities

March 12, 2021 Update - Framingham Begins Re-opening Basketball and Tennis Courts

The City is in the process of re-opening public courts by reinstalling the basketball rims and putting up the tennis nets throughout the park system. Some courts are still covered in snow, and we ask that people not clear them and let the warmer weather melt them this weekend. The basketball courts at Mary Dennison Park on Beaver Street, Bowditch Field Athletic Complex on Union Ave., Butterworth Park on Bishop Street, and the Bates Road ½ court are ready for play. The park's crew will continue to perform its annual spring maintenance while opening additional courts. All visitors are asked to follow all COVID-19 guidelines to keep everyone safe. The lists of open courts below will be updated as more courts open.

Basketball Courts

The following courts are open for use:
  • Anna Murphy Park (1/2), Cove Ave
  • Apple Street Park (1/2), Bethany Rd/Coburn Street
  • Arlington Street Park (1), Arlington Street/Gordon Street
  • Bates (1/2), Bates Road
  • Bowditch Field Athletic Complex (2), Union Ave
  • Butterworth Park (1), Bishop St
  • Furber Park (1/2), Fairbanks Road
  • Long's Athletic Complex (1), Dudley Road
  • Mary Dennison Park (2), Beaver Street
  • Reardon Park (1/2), Vanderventer Ave
  • Roosevelt Park (1/2), Seminole Ave
  • Winch Park (1), 115 A Street
  • Woodfield Park (1/2), Sloane Drive

Tennis Courts

The following courts are open for use:
  • Anna Murphy Park (2)
  • Bowditch Field & Athletic Complex (4), Union Ave
  • Butterworth Park (4), Bishop Street
  • Winch Park (6), 115 A Street


The City of Framingham Parks & Recreation Department offers a wide variety of recreational amenities to the residents of the city and surrounding community. The department has hosted over 14,000 events at their facilities this past year. Amenities offered by Framingham Parks and Recreation are:

  • 3 Beaches open to the public from late June through mid August
  • 16 Tennis courts (14 lighted)
  • 8 Outdoor Basketball Courts (3 lighted)
  • 25 Playgrounds
  • 64 Athletic fields for a variety of sports which are available for group use by obtaining a permit through the Parks and Recreation Department. Permit required for use.
  • A Football Stadium. Permit required for use.
  • 1/4 Mile Running Track
  • Cross Country Running Trail
  • Indoor ice skating arena
  • Many passive recreation areas

To request a permit or more info on our facilities please contact our office directly at 508-532-5960 or Email

Bowditch Field
Cushing Memorial Park
Loring Arena
Parks A-C
Parks D-M
Parks N-Z
Skate Park
Printable guide to the parks
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