Opachinski Field Complex, Pottle Street, Kingston, MA, USA
Owned By: Town of Kingston
Also known as the Opachinski Field Complex, this sprawling property features fields and facilities for baseball, softball, football, soccer and lacrosse, as well as two basketball courts. In addition, there is a seasonal concession stand with restrooms and meeting rooms, plus the Children’s Garden of Peace, a memorial garden.
This land is within the region of the Patuxet Wampanoag tribe, who for centuries have inhabited the area around the Jones River now known as Duxbury, Kingston and Plymouth. To learn more about our local tribes, we encourage you to interact with their members. The Mashpee Wampanoag tribe and the Herring Pond Wampanoag also share information on their websites.
Habitats and Wildlife
This grassy property is bordered by pine/oak forest. The Chidlren’s Garden of Peace features ornamental trees and plantings.
This property is located within the watershed of Halls Brook. Halls Brook finds its source above Bracketts Pond in Kingston and winds from the western part of town, and through the downtown area. Just west of Route 3, it flows into the Jones River.
The Jones River finds it source at Silver Lake, and extends for 7.5 miles through the town of Kingston. Follow the Jones River Watershed Association for more information.
Historic Site: No
Boat Launch: No
Size: 58.4 acres
Hours: Dawn to Dusk
Parking: Ample on site parking.
Fields and facilities for baseball, softball, football, soccer and lacrosse, as well as two basketball courts. Seasonal concession stand with restrooms and meeting rooms. Memorial garden, bicycle rack, picnic tables, bleachers, benches, trash receptacles.
Dogs: No dogs are permitted on the playing fields.
Boat Ramp: No
ADA Access: Yes
Scenic Views: Yes
Waterbody/Watershed: Halls Brook (Jones River watershed)