Bellingham Town Common
GOOD FOR: Ages 0-4, Ages 5-8

Source:Submitted by Guest
Address:Mendon Street, Bellingham MA (Corner of Rts. 140 and 126)
Hours:No overnight hours
Fee: N/A
Bathrooms: Port-a-pottie tucked into corner near gas station that adjoins common.
Water/Snacks: N/A

Summer concerts, playground, historical photos

The Bellingham, MA Town Common offers lots of attractions for families. Summer concerts, other events (check town website), historical photos posted along the circular paved paths around the common. The kid's playground, safely away from traffic, is within sight of anywhere on the common, so parents can walk while 4-5 year olds play. Summer lunchtime reading programs take place all season--check Bellingham Library schedule.

Plan B:

Bellingham Library is nearby, continue on Rt. 126 to Blackstone St., turn left, library is 1/4 mile down on right. Open Saturdays during the school year.

Where to Eat Nearby:

Dairy Queen is right across the street, friendly, if you're lucky small children may be invited behind the counter to make their own ice cream cones.



By: Guest
Posted: 11/03/2017 03:27

The Bellingham, MA Town is the best place that you can go with your children they would love such beautiful places. There are lots of beautiful places there and you can enjoy there with your kids there. So make your trip more colorful with your kids. tablet rental

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By: Guest
Posted: 10/09/2017 07:35

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By: Guest
Posted: 09/12/2017 04:08

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Posted: 09/05/2017 07:24

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