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Framingham Parks & Recreation Maintenance Facility
185 Fountain St, Framingham, MA 01702
This is the maintenance facility for Framingham's Parks & Recreation department. The facility provides supportMore to ensure that the department can provide recreational opportunities through its public parks and beaches, athletic facilities and programming.
Town of Framingham: Parks & Recreation: Butterworth Courts
262 Grant St, Framingham, MA 01702
Butterworth Park is one of Framingham's most historical parks. Mr. Butterworth was one of three famous parkMore commissioners (Winch and Bowditch being the others) who helped shape the Framingham park system in the 1920s - 40s. Framingham-Natick Thanksgiving football games were played here in the early 1900s. The park features baseball and softball fields, spectator stands, a playground, basketball hoop and tennis courts.
Town of Framingham: Mason Park and Playground
Maple St & Franklin St, Framingham, MA 01702

This small playground at the corner of Maple and Franklin streets was created when George and Issac Mason, trusteesMore of the Mason Trust, donated the land for the playground to the town of Framingham in June 1925. The playground is maintained by the Framingham Parks and Recreation Department.

Besides the basic playground equipment, there's also a basketball net.

Roosevelt Park
Fay Rd & Seminole Ave, Framingham, MA 01702

Roosevelt Park is located in the Tripoli section of South Framingham. It is the former site of the RooseveltMore Elementary School (1924-2001).

The park was built as a cooperative effort between the Framingham Department of Parks and Recreation and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Parts of the former school still reside on the site, including a brick archway and its former bell. A formal dedication ceremony was held in 2004.

There are four free parking spaces, including a handicapped space. There are a couple of swings, toddler swings and a wheelchair-accessible swing. There is a basketball half-court and a gazebo area with picnic tables and trash barrels. It is a popular walking park for neighborhood residents. There are several benches, several of which are dedicated to local residents. 

During the school year, it is a very popular bus stop for many schools in town. In the morning, you will find many neighborhood residents walking their dogs here.

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