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New England Patriots Football Training Camp 2017 in Foxboro MA

For Patriots fans who want to get closer to the action or are looking for an inexpensive way to entertain the kids,   Patriots Training Camp offers just the ticket.
Ninety Patriots players report to training camp at Gillette Stadium for daily practice sessions under the watchful eye and often vociferous instruction of their coaches.
Join thousands of other Patriots fans for an opportunity to enjoy the sights and sounds of football in Foxborough at Patriots Training Camp.New England Patriots Football Training Camp 2017 in Foxboro MA
All public training camp practice sessions and parking are FREE.

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July 27 – Morning Practice (9 o’clock hour)
July 28 – Morning Practice (9 o’clock hour)
July 29 – Morning Practice (9 o’clock hour)
July 29 – Patriots Hall of Fame Induction (12 o’clock hour)
July 30 – Morning Practice (9 o’clock hour)

August 1 – Morning Practice (9:15AM)
August 2 – Morning Practice (9:15AM)
August 3 – Morning Practice (9:15AM)

August 7 – Joint practice with the Jacksonville Jaguars (9:30AM).


August 8 – Joint practice with the Jacksonville Jaguars (9:30AM). 
Please note that the practice schedule throughout training camp is subject to change at any time.

Besides watching the team practice, we hope you explore all the fun-filled activities, games and photo opportunities along the Fan Walk and Play Football area. Be sure to keep an eye out for appearances by Pat Patriot, the Patriots Cheerleaders and Patriots Alumni.

Please note all activities will stay open after practice for one (1) hour.

All fans participating in physical, interactive activities at training camp are required to sign a waiver form. You can print, fill out and bring the form with you to camp, or, while attending camp, visit either the Guest Assistance tent on the Fan Walk or the Waiver tent in the Play Football area.

Fans, look for this sign at various photo opportunities and share your #PATSCAMP photos online @Patriots.


New this year! Check out various local food trucks that will be visiting training camp:

  • July 27 – Papi’s Sopapillas, Cookie Monstah, Kona Ice, Zinnekens Waffles, Cappriotti’s
  • July 28 – Papi’s Sopapillas, Cookie Monstah, Kona Ice
  • July 29 – Papi’s Sopapillas, Cookie Monstah, Kona Ice, Amigos Locos
  • July 30 – Papi’s Sopapillas, Cookie Monstah, Kona Ice, Amigos Locos
  • August 7 – Kona Ice, Zinnekens Waffles
  • August 8 – Papi’s Sopapillas, Kona Ice, Zinnekens Waffles


Raymond Clayborn will become the 26th player to be inducted into the Patriots Hall of Fame on Saturday, July 29. The ceremony will take place at approximately 12:30PM in the NRG plaza immediately following training camp. Clayborn played a vital role in bringing the Patriots to respectability in the late 1970s and early ‘80s. During his 13 seasons in New England, he helped lead the Patriots to 10 winning seasons, including four postseason berths. He also set a franchise record by playing in 161 consecutive games. Be sure to get your seats early in the NRG plaza to watch Robert Kraft and other Patriots Alumni present Clayborn with his Patriots Hall of Fame jacket.

Free Outdoor Summer Concerts 2017 in West Bridgewater MA

West Bridgewater will be holding their Monday night summer concerts and Tuesday night kids summer fun concerts series every other week from 6 to 7:30pm

 Check out our Free and cheap guide to summer fun for the kids over the south shore

Monday night concerts   Town Hall Gazebo

June 26th   Endless Summer

June 10th  Dale & the Duds

July 24th Jeff Navaras

August 7th  First Class Band

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Tuesday Night Kids Series at Friendship Park 

June 27th  Johnny the K

July 11th  LuckyBob

July 25th  Yo Yo People

August 8th  Wayne Potash

Nelson Memorial Park and Splash Pad in Plymouth MA

  Nelson Memorial Park is a popular destination for many Plymouth residents and visitors with it recently  been renovated. . Families with child kids will enjoy the playground and picnic area.  There is  5,000-square-foot splash pad at Nelson Park is a refreshing place to cool off  on hot summer days , and features motion and push-button activated jets of water shooting in different directions off a cool rubberized surface. It’s fun & easy for kids to figure out how to get the water spraying and  bubbling up,  From toddlers to  tweens, the water  spray seems to attract a wide age group. 

Other features include a new small boat ramp and a bike path that follows the harbor to Hedge Road in North Plymouth   Bring a picnic lunch and enjoy  the spectacular ocean view  There is a concession stand nearby with ice cream  treats, basic lunch fare and bathrooms.   A portion of this land was given in memory of the Nelson family

There is a snack  stand nearby with ice  cream treats, simple lunch fare and the all-important bathrooms.

Nelson’s Beach Park

Nelson Street Waterfront area (North end of Water Street)

Plymouth , MA