This park sits on the south shore of the 92-acre Martins Pond, which is at the end of the Skug River and empties into Martins Brook. The Martins Pond Association maintains the park and conducts fund-raising events to help support upkeep. The park contains a beach along the waterfront, a picnic pavilion and grill, a basketball court, a sand volleyball court, and a playground. Public boat access is available off Batchelder Avenue. Dogs are permitted in the park if they are leashed, although they are not allowed in the playground, and owners must remove any waste.
- Hours: May 1 - Sept. 30, dawn - 10pm; Oct. 1 - April 30, dawn to dusk
- Handicap Accessible: Yes
- Parking: Free lot
- Public/Private: Public
- Type: Lake
- Common activities: Fishing, Kayaking/canoeing, Motor boating, Picnicking
- Facilities: Boat access
- Restrictions: No alcohol, No fires, No smoking
- Cars allowed: Yes
- Are there any interesting facts about this location?: According to the Martins Pond Association, the pond was formed 11,000 years ago by a glacier. The pond has an average depth of five feet. It is not uncommon to see people ice fishing on the pond in the winter months.
- Features: Beach, Benches, Grills, Picnic pavilions, Picnic tables, Playgrounds
- Wi-Fi: None
- Features: Jungle gym, Swings
- Facilities (playgrounds): Benches, Tables