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 community.
ARTICLE OF THE WEEK:
A New Type of Workout at the Park
Bored of the same old workout at the park, running up the stairs by the bleachers, walking or running around the park? Are you looking for inspiration and new motivation? Why not try these new challenging ideas from the staff at Frothingham Park to take your exercise regimen to new heights.
Hit the Hill Instead of the Bleachers
Instead of running up and down the bleachers, head to the north east side of the park at the main gate on Sheridan Street and run up the hill all the way to the gate and walk down. Repeat 3 times, rest, do two more sets for 3 reps.
Benefit: Tones your hamstrings and gluteus. Read more
Special thanks to all who helped with the installation of the new playground equipment
For a full list of contributions, please visit our thank you page
Frothingham Park, Park Street, Easton, MA Directions & Map