Hadwen Park is a fifty acre park that’s south of the center of Worcester, Massachusetts. The park features many trails that are great for hiking and biking, as well as a baseball field and a basketball court. The area is also great for birdwatching, as a few rare birds have been spotted from time to time.
There are a variety of homes near Hadwen Park, including a number of units in condominium complexes. The condos in the area are mostly 1-2 bedroom, 1-2 bathroom units varying in style. Garden, loft, and townhouse-style condos can be found in the area’s complexes. Larger, 3-bedroom Capes and Colonials with 2-4 bathrooms can also be found in the area. Houses near Hadwen Park are mostly located in quiet neighborhoods off of main roads such as Heard Street, Webster Street, and Fremont Street.
Hadwen Park is less than a mile south of Webster Square Plaza, one of Worcester’s most popular shopping areas. Over 100 stores and eateries at the Auburn Mall and Auburn Plaza Shopping Center in Auburn, Massachusetts are also just a few miles south of the park area. Those looking to head to Boston can get on the Mass Pike (I-90) at an on-ramp just a few minutes south of the neighborhoods surrounding Hadwen Park. Interstate 290, Interstate 395, Route 9, Route 122A, and Route 146 are also nearby.
Hadwen Park is just a few miles south of the center of Worcester, New England’s second most populated city. Worcester is the site of many colleges including Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Clark University, and Assumption College. There are many local businesses and restaurants that contribute to Worcester’s vibrant nightlife. Worcester is surrounded by many more parks and nature reserves such as Cascades West Conservation and Green Hill Park, which is connected to an 18-hole public golf course known as Green Hill Golf Course.