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On the Watertown Seal is a picture of an English Colonist and an Indian exchanging, as peace tokens,  bread for fish.  Captain Roger Clap landed at Nantasket Point in 1630 and rode up Charles River to Gerry's Landing with the first party of Watertown Colonists.
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Recreational Facilities
About Watertown Parks & Fields
Watertown maintains 13 multi-purpose parks and playgrounds throughout the town. The size of these parks range from one acre for instance at the Cunniff Elementary School to 14 acres at Filippello Park.

There are 15 tot-lots that have or will have a rubberized safety surface and the most modern equipment for use by our youth. There are 16 tennis courts and 15 basketball courts with approximately half of those facilities having lights for seasonal evening use. We also have two street hockey courts and one skate park for all skill levels.

There are nine little league size baseball / softball fields, two major league size baseball fields, and one football field with stands for 1,500 spectators. There is a 400-yard walking path at Filippello Park where young children can also ride there small bicycles. The Victory Field is home to Watertown High School Red Raiders sporting events and there is a 400-meter rubberized track that is also used by our residents for walking and running.

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Watertown is fortunate to be located in a central location where the Commonwealth of Massachusetts has recreation areas including a summer outdoor pool within our municipal Town limits.

Enjoy all the recreational areas Watertown has to offer. Please remember to keep these areas litter-free so all our residents can take pleasure in our parks and green spaces.