About Frothingham

Frothingham Park is a memorial to Louis Adams Frothingham, who served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1921 to 1928. It was dedicated to the town of Easton on September 27, 1930 by his wife, Mary Ames Frothingham. The park, which has become a landmark in North Easton, includes a baseball field named after the park’s executive director Robert J. “Buddy” Wooster. It also boasts a basketball court, playground and tennis courts. It is free and open to the public. From throwing down a blanket and enjoying a nice picnic to catching a Shoveltown Baseball game, Frothingham Park has a little of everything to offer the

Park Update

Park update:

The basketball court is 90% done and the back boards are up. The painting of the playing surface will not take place until the Spring but it is usable now.

The Flagpole was recently painted.

COVID-19  Park Guidelines

Welcome to Frothingham Memorial Park. For over 80 years we have been open “for the pleasure of his fellow townsmen”. Please bear with us as we navigate the ever changing rules and regulations of covid-19 procedures as directed by the state of Massachusetts and the town of Easton.
 
When you come to the park, we encourage you to follow the guidelines set forth for by the state of Massachusetts pertaining to social distancing, mask wearing, hygiene protocol, and safety standards.
 
Our welcome board at the park street entrance will be updated with current information to further assist you in adhering to parks, playgrounds and sports guidelines as you visit and enjoy our park.
 
Pickleball lessons

Free Beginner Pickleball lessons for will be offered on our new courts on Tuesdays from 3 to 5 p.m. Class size limited to four players. Sign up by emailing Rob Zimmer at coach10s@outlook.com

 

The playground, tennis courts and entire park is open. Bathrooms are open on request only. 

About Louis Frothingham

board of directors

Frothingham Park is a memorial to Louis Adams Frothingham, who served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1921 to 1928. It was dedicated to the town of Easton on September 27, 1930 by his wife, Mary Ames Frothingham.

Born in 1867, Mary Ames Frothingham, the daughter of Frederick Lothrop Ames Frothingham grew up on Langwater estate with her brothers. She devoted much of her life to charity work. At age 49, she married Louis A. Frothingham. Read more