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Casey (W.O. James P.) Park
Location
124 Watertown St.
Watertown, MA 02472
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Watertown Street (Route 16) outside of Watertown Square towards Newton.

Description
This park is highly utilized for its visibility, convenience, lighted courts, hockey/ice rink and ball field. This park is situated on a 6.1 acre lot.

View the Casey Park Photo Gallery.

Leisure & Picnic
  • Two tot-lots or playgrounds (one play structure designed for 2-4 year olds and the other play structure designed for 5-12 year olds, four belt swings, and two bucket swings)
  • Handicap picnic table
  • No public restrooms facilities
  • Bike Rack
  • Water Fountain 

Sports Facilities
  • Little League field (lights are available upon request)
  • Playing field (used for 6 v. 6 soccer)
  • Two basketball courts (lights are on a timer from Memorial Day to the end of day-light savings)
  • Two tennis courts (lights are on a timer from Memorial Day to the end of day-light savings)
  • Hockey/multi purpose rink (116 ' by 60' with lights)

        Spring, Summer and Fall months - lights are on a timer from Memorial Day to the end of day-light savings
        and the lights are turned off at 10:00pm.

        Winter months - The rink is flooded for ice skating and is open 2:00pm to 9:00pm during the weekdays. Rink is open on weekends, holidays and school vacations from 8:00am to 9:00pm.