Tree Warden The City Tree Warden, George Melega, is an employee of our department and is available to assist citizens regarding questions concerning city trees within Easthampton. Facilities at Nonotuck Park include: • beach sand volleyball court• outdoor pool• water spray park• twenty-one picnic sites• four pavilions• seven youth softball diamonds (60’)• one adult softball diamond (65’)• two baseball diamonds (90’)• 15 acre soccer complex• two children's playgrounds• two clay court tennis courts• outdoor basketball court• fishing at Nashawannuck Pond• Toteman Nature Trail• three bocce courts• horseshoe areas Nonotuck Park is also home to a summer day camp for children aged 6-13, swimming lesson programs, local baseball, softball, and soccer team games and tournaments.Pruning, removal, and legal issues may be addressed by contacting him during weekday business hours. The Toteman Nature Trail winds around the perimeter of the park for enjoyment of nature, bird watching, and relaxation.The equipment at the park includes a play structure and benches as well. The program consists of six lessons, 30 minutes in length.Plain and Strong Street Playground Plain and Strong Street Playground consists several playground structures and swings. Ages 5 and up in beginner, intermediate or advanced classifications. Co-Ed Softball: Spring/summer league for adults from April - July. Easthampton City Wide Flea Market: June 3rd 2018 Every year in June, a flea market is held on Daley Field.Special Adult swim hours 11am to Noon Tuesday and Thursday. Water Spray Park The Water Spray Park opens in late June and remains open until early September, 11 am until 6 pm, seven days a week at no charge, weather permitting.Picnic Sites There are twenty-nine picnic sites that are available to rent. Each site has two picnic tables and a cooking grill, NO electricity or water.Directions to Nonotuck Park From South – (Springfield, Holyoke) Take exit 17 B off Route 91 (north). In business district, take left at 1st traffic light. It is located at the corner of Parsons and Federal Streets.
Catch a show for FREE at Millside Park, 2 Ferry Street, starting at dark.
Pavilion #4 has one five-foot long covered cooking grill and seats approximately 125 people. Pulaski Park contains the Kasimer Pulaski Monument, dedicated to the Polish war general, and a monument depicting the first town meeting house in Easthampton.
All pavilions are supplied with electricity and water and rest rooms are within walking distance. Parsons Street Park Parsons Street Park is a neighborhood park with a toddlers playground with baby swings and park benches.
Forms and Documents Park & Rec on Facebook The Parks, Recreation, and Cemeteries Department is committed to enhancing the quality of life for all Easthampton residents by striving to provide clean and safe park facilities and the best recreational programming for everyone within our community.
We are a service based department and work interactively with local and regional groups and associations to assist in both active and passive recreational activities and programs for individuals, groups, and organized sports teams.