Winchendon Community Park


Thank you to everyone who made the amphitheater grand opening a success. It was amazing to see so many people there enjoying this gem right in the heart of Winchendon.

Join Cindy Carvill in our Naure's Notebook adventure.

We are recruiting volunteers to join our Citizen Science Program called Nature’s Notebook and help us collect information on plant and animal species at the Winchendon Community Park. No prior experience or long-term commitment required! We welcome amateur naturalists and botanists as well as seasoned professionals. Learn more about phenology and help us record data for scientific research.

Contact: Cindy Carvill, Local Phenology Leader, at 

The 1st 3 holes of our disc golf course are in and ready to be played. Work has begun on the next 4 holes and the remaining 2 holes should be completed by the end of summer. The plan for 18 holes is still underway but a timeline is undetermined as of now. We can't wait to see you out there on the course!


Please check out our 2023 Free Community Day schedule! All Community Days Held 11-2pm unless otherwise stated.

December 2nd- Winter Wonderland 3p-5p. Read a book on stage with our elf and receive a copy for free courtesy of the CFCE. Bring items to make a snowman that will last all winter at the park and try your hand at our non-traditional snowman building. Bring your decorated gingerbread house from home and enter our contest for best house. 

These events will also host a multitude of other activities going on throughout the day! .


 Our 2024 season sponsorships has been released with even more opportunities to get your name and business noticed. Tiers range from $100-$5,000 so there is something for everyone. 

The full sponsorship packet with all the details of how to we will market your business is in the upper left hand of the website. 


If you would like to book our park or amphitheater for the 2024 season please reach out to our Recreation Coordinator for more information and pricing to do so. Forms can also be found in the upper left of this page. Dates are filling up fast so please make sure to get your requests in.

Do you know when you NEED to rent the WCP? Rentals are for exclusive use of an area or the whole park and/or your gathering is more than 25 people. Here are some examples to help you understand when a rental would apply and when it would not. 

Example 1: The Garden Club, with 10 members, wants to come to the park, check out their pollinator garden and bring lunch to meet up. They do not want exclusive use of any area of the park. They DO NOT need to rent the park. 

Example 2: The Girl Scouts want to reserve the Amphitheater to host their annual bridging ceremony. They DO need to rent the park.

Example 3: The Boy Scouts want to take their troop on a nature hike through the trails in the park. They DO NOT need to rent the park. 

Example 4: You want to host your child's Birthday Party @ the park including food and you want to ensure the space will be available when you show up. You DO need to rent the park

Example 5: A group of kids get together to play pick up soccer at the park & they don't mind if anyone else at the park wants to join in. They DO NOT need to rent the park.

Example 6: The Cross Country Team wants to use the trails for practice & meets. It is anticipated that there will be more than 25 people. It would not be safe for the cross country runners to run on the trails with other pedestrians walking on them. They DO need to rent the park. 

Example 7: You want to meet up with your friends and their kids to enjoy a day at the park in the outdoors. You DO NOT need a rental.

If you ever have a question about when a rental would apply. Please reach out to the Recreation Office. Any rentals will be posted on our calendar ahead of time and at the park the day of. Feel free to call our office to know if the park is reserved for a specific day. 

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