A multi-use rail trail that will pass through Marlborough, Hudson, Stow, Maynard, and Acton
Maps rides that other bikers have created. Allows you to map your own ride for others to use as well.
A par-70, 9-hole golf course designed in 1921 by Wayne Stiles in the Donald Ross tradition. The clubhouse offers a comfortable atmosphere with a full-service bar, function room with plenty of tables and chairs, pro shop and locker rooms. The clubhouse also is home to the Maynard Senior Center.
Wooded trails, marshes, and ponds. Multiple access points in Maynard at Old Marlborough Rd. and along the Assabet River. Visitors' Center is in Sudbury.
Maps of six walking tours that provide a great way to get outside while learning about the history of Maynard. Produced by the Maynard Historical Commission, printed brochure maps can be picked up at the library, Town Hall, and the Senior Center.
Provides maps of all of Maynard's open space and trails. Includes Rockland Woods, Summer Hill, Assabet River Walk, School Woods, Glenwood Cemetary, Blue Jay Woods and Reo Road Tot Lot, Ice House Landing, and Carbone Park.
Ice House Landing Park on the Assabet River. Parking at the end of Winter Street near the DPW Building.
Has a playground, baseball field, and winter sledding. Located on the corner of Parker and Elmwood Streets.
Green Meadow School Playground
Located at 5 Tiger Drive. Available after school hours. Home of the Maynard Public Library's Summer Reading Picnic!
Located at the intersection of Mockingbird Ln and Reo Rd. Has swing sets, playground with two slides, stationary train to play in, sand and sand toys.
A member owned and operated sportsman club.
Maynard's only public courts are located on the eastern edge of Maynard High School at the intersection of Great Rd. and Route 27/Parker Street.
Stats on every player who ever lived, award winners, leaders through the years, and so much more.
Box scores for every major league game since 1953 and every post-season game ever played.
Information on baseball’s elite, Cooperstown and more.
Descriptions and pictures of just about every major, minor, and college stadium in the U.S. and Canada
Magazines are located on the second floor of the library, next to the elevator. Magazines can be checked out, except for the most recently received issue.
Runner's World (Monthly)
Sports Illustrated (Weekly)
Sports Illustrated for Kids (Weekly)
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Updated 6/12/2023 J.R.