Siever Field

Siever Field, Liberty Street, Plymouth, MA, USA

Plymouth Parks & Forestry: 508-830-4162, ext. 12116

Owned By: Town of Plymouth

Large athletic complex in North Plymouth with baseball, basketball, sledding hill, and contemporary playground.


The contemporary playground features swings, slides, climbing structures, bouncers, and other amusements, with rubber underfoot. It was named in memory of John A. Siever, a World War I veteran who served as Plymouth’s Park Commissioner from 1940-1955 and was instrumental in the acquisition and development of this facility.

This land is within the region of the Patuxet Wampanoag tribe. To learn more about our local tribes, we encourage you to interact with their members. The Mashpee Wampanoag and the Herring Pond Wampanoag both share information on their websites. 

Trail Description

Concrete pathways connect the parking areas to the park.

Habitats and Wildlife

This large grassy park is scattered with pine, oak, maple, and cherry trees, plus some sumac. The waters here drain to Kingston Bay.

Siever Field, Liberty Street, Plymouth, MA, USA

Historic Site: No

Park: Yes

Beach: No

Boat Launch: No

Lifeguards: No

Size: 3.5 acres

Hours: Dawn to Dusk

Parking: Two on-site parking lots on Liberty Street and Ocean View Avenue.

Cost: Free

Trail Difficulty: Easy


Large contemporary playground with rubber underfoot. Basketball court, sledding hill, large baseball field with bleachers. Batting cages, picnic table, trash and pet waste receptacles, potty potty.

Dogs: Dogs must remain on leash. Scoop the poop!

Boat Ramp: No

ADA Access: Yes

Scenic Views: Yes

Waterbody/Watershed: Kingston Bay (Atlantic Ocean)

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