Rita J. Mullin Recreational Park 96 Lowell Rd, North Reading, MA01864 Mullin Park is the home of the North Reading field hockey and men's softball teams. A softball field abuts the Edgewood…More apartments, and a large open field anchors the facility. Dogs are permitted, though they must be on a leash, and owners must clean up after them.
Murphy Field 235 North St, North Reading, MA01864 Located behind Town Hall, Murphy Field contains a softball field and open space. The junior softball teams in town count…More this diamond among its home fields. All pets must be leashed and all animal waste must be picked up and disposed of in a trash receptacle.
Chestnut Street Complex 160 Chestnut St, North Reading, MA01864 Maguire Field at the Chestnut Street Complex is the home of North Reading Youth Soccer. The three soccer fields are…More dedicated to Terry Maguire, who founded North Reading Youth Soccer in 1978. The Chestnut Street Complex also contains a softball field, basketball court and Kidspot playground. All pets must be leashed and all animal waste must be picked up and disposed of in a trash receptacle.
Little School Complex 7 Barberry Rd, North Reading, MA01864 This park behind the Little School contains three softball fields, a small playground and a basketball court. Bleachers…More and benches line the fields, and a concession stand sits just off the school parking lot. Parking is available in the lot next to the school. All pets must be leashed and all animal waste must be picked up and disposed of in a trash receptacle.
Rams Athletic Complex 23 Concord St, North Reading, MA01864 Rams Athletic Complex is a 30,000-square-foot facility featuring a little league field, batting cages, a fitness area…More and birthday party rooms. It offers individual baseball and softball lessons, leagues, teams and camps. The field and batting cages are available for rental.
Ipswich River Park 15 Central St, North Reading, MA01864 This former farmland was slated for development in the 1990s until the town of North Reading acquired the property by…More eminent domain in 1992. It now boasts two miles of paved walking trails that line the Ipswich River and circle the park, which includes baseball and softball fields, skate park, basketball courts, tennis courts, street hockey rink, and soccer fields. A picnic area and gazebo greet visitors as they enter the park, and tables and benches are located along the trails throughout the park. A canoe launch also is available, with parking for boaters on Central Street. All pets must be leashed and all animal waste must be picked up and disposed of in a trash receptacle.