Thanks to support from the Duxbury Beach Reservation, Inc., Mass Audubon will be offering free programs on Tuesday, Thursdays and Saturdays in July and August from 9:30-11 am every . Some programs require pre-registration but many are drop-in.
Cost and Registration
All programs are free of charge!
Most are drop-in programs; those marked with a *require preregistration due to space limitations. Preregistration opens at 10am one week prior to the program date, and can be completed at www.massaudubon.org/southshore or by calling 781-837-9400.
The 3200 feet splash pad at Hopewell park it’s refreshing place to cool off in the heat if you choose motion and pushed running activated Jets and water shooting in different directions it’s family-friendly splash pad is the perfect place to cool off. Moms Shopping Survey Earn Amazon gift card and more
Imagination Station in Randolph refreshes hot kids with splash and play. Six button activated ground level sprinklers and a large flower spray provide just the cooling off they need. Bring a towel and the sunblock and it’s as good as a day at the beach – without sand! Imagination Station offers no changing facilities or restrooms; please plan accordingly.
The Randolph Splash Pad is opened for the 2016 season
The Braintree Splash Pad at Watson Park will open on on Memorial Day, May 29th 2017 from 12:00PM-5:00PM. The Splash Pad will operate only on a weekend schedule through June 23rd 12:00PM-5:00PM then resume full daily operation on Saturday June 24th , 10:00AM-7:00PM.
The splash pad is a 4,000-square-foot seasonal water play area adjacent to the playground in the park. It has a flat surface equipped with a system of sprinklers and hoses to provide fun and cool relief on hot summer days.
Once part of the homestead of inventor Thomas Watson, this complex houses six baseball diamonds, including Darosa, Debra Steele and Sherdian fields. It is the epicenter of Little League in East Braintree and is located right on the river, making for picturesque views. At the end closest to the main road, there is also a two-hoop basketball court and tennis court. Watson Park also has batting cages and plenty of room for talking a long walk. But there are no dogs or smoking allowed.
On Gordon Road off Quincy Ave., Braintree, MA 02184
NON-BRAINTREE RESIDENTS USING THE PETERSEN SPLASH PAD AT WATSON PARK MUST PARK THEIR VEHICLES AT THE SMITH BEACH PARKING LOT LOCATED ON EDGE HILL ROAD AND VINEDALE ROAD. ACCESS TO THE SPLASH PAD VIA THE FRANCIS J. TOLAND WALKWAY CONNECTING SMITH BEACH TO Watson PARK. GROUPS USING THE SPLASH PAD MUST PROVIDE THE RECREATION DEPARTMENT WITH A 10 DAY ADVANCE NOTICE.