160 Birch St, Pembroke, MA 02359, USA
Owned By: Town of Pembroke
Constructed in 2007, this fenced-in playground features play structures for both younger (ages 2-5) and older (ages 5-12) children with wood chips underfoot. There are swings, slides, a climbing web, a seesaw, and numerous other features. A 0.08-mile paved trail extends within the perimeter of the fenced area. There is also a baseball field on site, and a 0.5-mile trail into the woods.
Smoking and hunting are not permitted on site.
The playground features a 0.08-mile flat, paved walked trail within its fenced perimeter. There is also a 0.5-mile trail beyond the parking lot, which extends through the woods past a baseball field and to the edge of the property, where there is a FCC (cellular) tower.
Habitats and Wildlife
Although not particularly shaded, this playground is surrounded by woodlands comprised mostly of pine and oak. It lies within the watershed of Pine Brook, a tributary to the Jones River.
Historic Site: No
Boat Launch: No
Hours: Dawn to Dusk
Parking: Large on-site parking lot.
Trail Difficulty: Easy
The entire playground is fenced-in. A gate close to Birch Street offers wheelchair/stroller access to a 0.08-mile paved loop that extends inside the perimeter of the fenced-in area. There are play structures for older and younger children, swings, slides, a see-saw, climbing structures, picnic tables, and benches. Also on site, trash receptacles and a baseball field. No restrooms.
Boat Ramp: No
ADA Access: Yes
Scenic Views: Yes
Waterbody/Watershed: Pine Brook (Jones River watershed)