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The Town of Tyngsborough has many open spaces for you to enjoy. If you know of a place that’s not on the list, please contact us at tech@tyngsboroughma.gov.

Site NameAddressParking / BathroomsAmenitiesDescriptionImageInfo Guides
Town Beach (Lake Mascuppic)End of Maplewood AveParking: Yes, need parking pass (visit Administration offices in Town Hall - free)

Bathrooms: Yes, portable toilet
Beach; water activities; picnicThe Tyngsborough Beach can be found at the end of Maplewood Avenue on Mascuppic Lake. It features about 260' of beachfront, a playset and swings for kids.
Bicentennial Field205 Westford RdParking: Yes

Bathrooms: Yes, portable toilets
2 Baseball/Softball fields; 3 Soccer/Football fields; 5 Tennis Courts; 1 Basketball court; Walking track with fitness stationsThis CPA-funded complex contains 70 acres of manicured fields, tennis and basketball courts, a walking track with fitness stations, practice spaces and more. Directly adjacent to the Tyngsborough Elementary School.
Riverfront Park71 Frost RdParking: Yes, 19 spacesPlayground; Picnic tables & benches; Charcoal grills; Restroom; Walk-in boat launch; Fishing; Horseshoe pitsNestled into a bend in the Merrimack River, this park offers a peaceful setting by the river. Grills, picnic tables and a playground complete the perfect location for a family getaway by the water.
Sherburne Nature Center & Trails46 Coburn RdParking: Yes

Restrooms: Open during events
Picnic tables & benches; 4 groomed trails; public eventsDonated by the Sherburne Family in 1999, the center comprises 80 acres of untouched open space and trails. The building is the hub for all nature exhibits in town and is a learning center for the public. Pets are welcome.
Bell TrailBryants LnParking: At Town Hall
Bathrooms: At Town Hall
Clearly marked trails; sitting area; original stone walls; birdwatchingDonated by Edward Bell in 1996, this 16-acre wooded trail is surrounded by two stone walls and has a mile-long walking path.
Bridge Meadow FieldsFields are in Tyngsborough; entrance is on Stone Ridge Rd. in WestfordParking: Approximately 50 spaces
Bathrooms: Yes
Babe Ruth baseball field; two soccer fields; practice field; concession stand; restrooms; parkingThis 26-acre park complex contains one Babe Ruth League baseball diamond with a fenced backstop, two 80'x120' soccer fields, a concession stand and centrally-located restrooms.
Wicasse Park17 Wicasse RdParking: Yes
Bathrooms: Portable Toilets
3 baseball fields; concession stand; playground; 2 pitching/batting cages; bleachers; restroomsThis 8-acre park contains 3 Cal Ripken league baseball diamonds. Each field is enclosed by fencing and full-size backstops. Bleachers, a concession stand, large playground and restrooms make this a great place to catch a youth baseball game.
Community Fields180 Lakeview AveParking: Yes
Bathrooms: No
Soccer and softball fields; dugouts; parkingThis 5+ acre facility is located across the road from beautiful Lake Mascuppic. It contains a soccer field and a fenced-in softball field complete with dugouts. Enjoy and afternoon of youth sports or join a friendly pickup game.
Hunter TrailRiver RdParking: Yes
Bathrooms: No
Sitting and picnic areas; river views; bird watching; parking; pets welcomePurchased by the Town in 1987 for open space, recreation and conservation, this property is one of the few areas open to the public along the banks of the Merrimack River.
Shady GladePrimrose LnParking: Limited street parking
Bathrooms: No
Easy access; multiple trails; sitting areas; bird watchingDonated to the Town by Walter Erickson and Jim Harrington, the 71.5-acre wooded trail system offers a wide variety of flora, fauna and terrain.