O’Sullivan Playground

Pilgrim Rd, Weymouth, MA 02191, USA

Weymouth Parks/Trees/Grounds: (781) 337-5100

Owned By: Town of Weymouth

North Weymouth’s James T. O’Sullivan Playground features 3 baseball fields, a street hockey rink, a basketball court. The playground is small, with areas for younger and older children. It is surfaced with wood chips and is not fenced in. The playground is a short walk to Wessagusset Beach.


This land is within the region of the Massachusett (or Massachuseuk). To learn more about local Native American tribes, we encourage you to interact with their members. The Mattakeeset band of the Massachusett, and the Massachusett tribe at Ponkapoag, both share information on their websites. 

Trail Description

No trails, but plenty of room to walk around.

Habitats and Wildlife

This large grassy property has a few trees around the perimeter. It is located in North Weymouth, within the watershed of the Fore River. The Fore River serves as the boundary line between the towns of Weymouth and Braintree. It flows for about 3 miles, into Quincy, where it meets Town River, and then flows for another 2 miles into Hingham Bay.

  • A photograph of a small playground surfaced with wood chips, with green grass and trees in the background.
  • A photograph of picnic tables beside a gravel path with a yellow building in the background.
  • A photograph of a baseball backstop and field on a sunny day.
  • A distant photo of a baseball field on a sunny day with grass in the foreground.
  • A photograph of a street hockey rink.
  • A photograph of a paved parking area.
Pilgrim Rd, Weymouth, MA 02191, USA

Historic Site: No

Park: Yes

Beach: No

Boat Launch: No

Lifeguards: No

Size: 7 acres

Hours: Dawn to Dusk

Parking: Ample on-site parking.

Cost: Free


3 baseball fields, a basketball court, a street hockey rink, and a small playground. Restrooms and concessions in season. Picnic tables and benches. Trash receptacles.

Dogs: No dog walking.

Boat Ramp: No

ADA Access: Yes

Scenic Views: No

Waterbody/Watershed: Fore River watershed

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