Playgrounds, Fields & Facilities

Airport Park: 8 Bedford Dr., North Grafton    Click Here for pictures
- 2 swings, 1 toddler swing, 1 handicapped swing, 2 climbing structures with 3 slides
Fisher/Ferry St. Park: 115 Ferry St., South Grafton  Playground Pictures
- 2 swings, 2 toddler swings, 1 structure for 2-5 year olds with slide, 1 structure for 5-12 year olds with 3 slides
Nelson Park: 6 Prentice St., North Grafton  Playground Pictures
Norcross Park: 14 North St., Grafton  Playground Pictures
Perry Hill Park: 3 Perry St., North Grafton  Playground Pictures
Riverview Park: 176 Providence Rd., South Grafton    Playground Pictures
- 1 structure for 2-5 year olds with 3 slides, 1 structure for 5-12 year olds with 2 slides and a climbing wall

FIELDS & FACILITIES (Fields & Facilities are available for reservation, please view details below).

Airport Park*: 8 Bedford Dr., North Grafton    (Basketball court, 2 baseball/softball fields, soccer field)
Brookmeadow Park*: 377 Providence Rd., South Grafton   (Baseball field and soccer fields)
Fisher Park/Ferry St. Park*: 115 Ferry St., South Grafton    (Basketball court, 3 baseball/softball fields, small soccer field)
Grafton Common+: 1 Grafton Common, Grafton 
Grafton High School**: 24 Providence Rd., Grafton 
Grafton Lions Club+: 68 Brigham Hill Rd.,Grafton 
Grafton Middle School**: 22 Providence Rd., Grafton 
Grafton Municipal Center+: 30 Providence Rd., Grafton 
Millbury Street Elementary School**: 105 Millbury St., Grafton 
Mill Villages Park+: 61 Main St., S. Grafton 
Miner Field /Norcross Park*: 14 North St., Grafton
Nelson Park*: 6 Prentice St., North Grafton  (3 softball fields)
North Grafton Elementary School**: 44 Waterville St., North Grafton 
North Street Elementary School**: 60 North St., Grafton 
Riverview Park*: 176 Providence Rd., South Grafton  (Canoe launch, soccer field)
Silver Lake Beach*: 245 Upton St., Grafton  (this facility is not available to reserve)
South Grafton Elementary School**: 90 Main St., South Grafton 
* Usage Requests/Reservations for these fields & facilities are through the Recreation Department. To Request Use or View the Availability Calendar, go to and click on Use of Facilities ( in the green bar under the picture).  Your account will need to be approved before you can submit your request.
** Usage Requests/Reservations for the fields & facilities above are through the Grafton Public Schools. To Request Use or View the Calendar, you may go to and click on Use of Facilities (on the righthand side of the green bar under the picture). Your account will need to be approved before you can submit your request.
+ Usage Requests for the Lions Club are handled directly through the Lions Club - to reserve, Click Here. Usage Requests for the Municipal Center, Grafton Common and Mill Villages Park are handled by the Selectman's/Town Administrators Office - to reserve or view the calendar, Click Here. Please contact each organization/department directly with questions or for additional information.
If you are looking for a local place to enjoy the outdoors, look no further than the Grafton Land Trust! They have over 40 miles of trails on 850 acres in Grafton, so there are plenty of places for you and your family to enjoy the outdoors. Property and trail maps can be found by going to
Snow Marsh: Accessed from the Ekblaw Landing; easy paddling, and be sure to bring your binoculars and field guides.
Ekblaw Landing: This public river access is perfect for launching your kayak or canoe for a paddling adventure either upstream to the Snow Marsh, or downstream to Lake Ripple.
Lake Ripple: Boat access to the Lake is either through the town-owned Lake Ripple Conservation Area behind the Municipal Center or from Ekblaw Landing.
Southern Reach: Just below the Lake Ripple dam you experience a quiet, serene stretch of the Quinsig. Either take out at the Riverview access or continue on to Fisherville Pond. 
Riverview Access: This town-owned access near Riverview Apartments off of Providence Road is near the playing fields.
Fisherville Pond: Continue on down to the Fisherville dam. Paddle on back to Riverview to take out.
-For more information on the above locations, click here.