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Fino Field
80 Granite St, Milford, MA 01757
Home to American Legion, Babe Ruth baseball and Pop Warner football, this popular recreation area is named after RudolphMore Fino - an Army veteran who became Milford's first casualty of World War II when he was fatally wounded in Tunisia, North Africa. The field's ample parking area separates a baseball diamond and football field from a practice area known as the Fino Annex. Fino Field is also adjacent to the town pool and another baseball diamond used by Babe Ruth teams: Robert P. Votolato Field.
Fino Field Memorial Pool
80 Granite St, Milford, MA 01757
Overseen by the Parks and Recreation Department but managed by its own staff, this pool is open to the public seven daysMore a week during the summer. The cost is $1 for residents, $2 for non-residents.
Milford Upper Charles Trail
80 Granite St, Milford, MA 01757
Milford Upper Charles Trail is an approximately 3-mile paved segment of a trail that is used for biking, walking,More running, rollerblading and, in the winter, cross-country skiing. The trail is supported by The Friends of the Upper Charles Trail, a nonprofit, all-volunteer organization that works with the Parks Department. Parking areas for the trail include the Fino Field and Louisa Lake lots, and the commuter lot on Route 16 across from Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish.
Milford Play Initiative
114 Water St, Milford, MA 01757
The Milford Play Initiative is a local organization that works together to build a playground at Fino Field. TheMore organization is comprised of residents and representatives of other community organizations and businesses. The Initiative meets on the third Monday of every month at the Milford Town Library. Donations are received through the United Way of Tri-County. Information on how to volunteer and donate is available online at the United Way of Tri-County's website.