Parks & Recreation

Quincy's Parks
The city of Quincy possesses 52 municipal park locations, 10 municipal beach areas and numerous open space areas. There are currently 35 basketball courts, 23 tennis courts, 27 little league/softball fields, 8 regulation baseball diamonds, 5 soccer fields and 3 football fields. We now offer a skateboard park and an in-line skate-facility as well. Many of our park areas are multi-use facilities, meaning that during different seasons, they are used for different activities.

The city also offers 18 "tot-lot" or children's playgrounds. There are also 10 other locations with playground equipment for young children to use.

Visit the Park & Forestry Depatment web page

Recreation Department

The Recreation Department host many acitivities throughout the year.

Summer Announcement:
Playgrounds Open Wednesday, July 1st & will run Monday - Friday, 8:30am - 1:30pm

Check the Recreation website for more information

The Thomas Crane Public Library
The Thomas Crane Public Library has numerous events including Movies, Exhibits and Children's Storytimes as well as discount passes to Boston area museums.

Visit the Library website

The Council On Aging

The Council On Aging has many events throughout the year for Quincy Seniors including the Senior Olympics and a Thanksgiving Dinner.

Check the Elder Services web page for details.

National Park Service
Adams National Historical Park tells the story of four generations of the Adams family (from 1720 to 1927). The park has two main sites: the Birthplaces of 2nd U.S. President John Adams and 6th U.S. President John Quincy Adams, and Peacefield including the “Old House,” home to four generations of the Adams family, and the Stone Library which contains more than 14,000 historic volumes.

For more information on events click here


Parks & Forestry


Elder Services

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