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Neighborhood Parks

Cooks Creek Arboretum
211 Weeping Willow Lane
8 acres

Cooks Creek Arboretum

Cooks Creek Arboretum is a small eight-acre park. As the trees mature, this will become a natural preserve where people can observe birds and other small wildlife in their natural environment. Turner Ashby High School students planted many trees throughout this park. It has ample parking and contains several picnic tables as well.  The walking path is three-eighths of a mile long.

Dinkel Harris Gateway at Warm Springs Turnpike Park
710 N. Main Street
0.13 acres

New Flag Poles at Dinkel-Harris Gateway at Warm Springs Turnpike Park (3)

This pocket park, located on the corner of Oakwood Drive and Main Street, details the historical significance of what was once known as the Warm Springs Turnpike (present-day route 42). The park consists of a statue of a horse and buggy and three pedestal-style signs, each containing historical information.

Harrison Park
301 Grove Street
15 acres 

On the corner of Grove and Green Street, you will find Harrison Park. It is home to the Doug Will Tennis Center, which houses two indoor hard-surface tennis courts. This facility is available to Town of Bridgewater residents for free with a B-Rec card. All other individuals must pay a fee either annually, monthly, or hourly. The park grounds include a full basketball court and a playground area containing a swing set and play structure with a slide and climbing equipment. During the third week in July, Harrison Park is home to the Bridgewater Fire Department’s Lawn Party.

Whitelow Park
4155 Dry River Road
4.73 acres

Whitelow Park was dedicated on June 12, 2018, in honor of Carlyle Whitelow.  Whitelow Park features playground equipment, a swing set, a Gaga ball pit, and a paved walking trail. 

Wynant Park
0.83 Acres

115 East College Street

One of Bridgewater’s smaller parks, this pocket park is nestled between a group of homes where Wynant Place meets East College Street. Although small, it has a swing set, hammock, a small playground, and a picnic table.

Additional Parks Located in Bridgewater:
Bridgewater Retirement Community's Crist Farm Walking Trails
101 Bradford Way
20 acres

The Crist Farm Walking Trails are a set of 8' fully accessible paved and 6' gravel paths set on 20 acres of woods and meadowland.  It is fully owned and maintained by the Bridgewater Retirement Community but is open to the general public from dawn to dusk.