229 Old Main St, Marshfield, MA 02050, USA
Owned By: Town of Marshfield
Small playground behind Marshfield Hills Fire Station with play structure, swing set, 1/2 basketball court, picnic tables, and an open field.
The park is named for Brooks Thomsen Singer, who was a sophomore at Marshfield High School when he died in 2003.
This land is within the region of the Massachuseuk (or Massachusett) Native American tribe.
Habitats and Wildlife
A grassy field on a sloping hill, bordered by oak trees. The property lies within the watershed of Hannah Eames Brook. Hannah Eames Brook flows together with Bares Brook to form Macombers Creek, which flows into the North River near its mouth.
Approximately 10 miles in length, the North River begins at the confluence of the Indian Head River (Hanover) and Herring Brook (Pembroke). From there it flows through the towns of Hanover, Pembroke, Marshfield, Norwell, and Scituate. It empties into the Atlantic Ocean between Third and Fourth Cliffs, draining approximately 59,000 acres along the way.
Historic Site: No
Boat Launch: No
Size: 1 acre
Hours: Dawn to Dusk
Parking: Minimal on-site parking at Marshfield Hills Fire Station.
Trail Difficulty: Easy
Small playground with swing set, play structure, half court basketball, picnic tables, benches, bike rack.
Dogs: Dogs must remain on leash. Scoop the poop!
Boat Ramp: No
ADA Access: No
Scenic Views: Yes
Waterbody/Watershed: Hannah Eames Brook/North River watershed