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Through the efforts of residents since the establishment of Harvard, the Town has been blessed with a wealth of open spaces and park areas that are available to be enjoyed by its residents and guests. The open spaces and parks run from Bare Hill Pond, to the playing fields at Depot and Ryan lands. The Town Parks and Recreation Commissioners have been authorized to manage these facilities.
Harvard Parks and Recreation manages the following recreation areas:

Ann Lee Field
Bare Hill Pond Beach
Bromfield Field Hockey Field
Library Field
Charlie Waite Field
Depot Road Fields - Upper and Lower
Elementary School Ball Field
Harvard Park/McCurdy Track
Oxbow Wildlife Refuge
Pond Road Field
Ryan Land
Recreation Trail
Town Common



Within the Town of Harvard there are memorials for the Civil War, World War I, World War II, Korea and Vietnam. Click on the image of the World War II, Korea and Vietnam memorial to read more of the history from an article in the Harvard Press.

 Below is a link to an article on the memorials that can be found in the Town

Below is an article on the history of the Civil War Monument. Click on the picture to go to an Article from the Harvard Press on the history of the Monument. 



Town Trails and Points of Interest

Within the Town of Harvard there are numerous trails and points of interest.  Click here for a trail inventory and map

Fruitlands is a private museum within the Town of Harvard. Fruitlands has over 210 acres of land filled with history and wonderful walking trails. Trail maps are available at the museum. Please click here to plan your visit.