Playing in Devens
Playing in Devens Massachusetts brings this little community to the forefront of the New England sports tournament scene. Each year Devens Recreation and the community that is Devens is host to many sports tournaments, groups, associations, and fun family events.
Sounds of the spectators cheering on their children and teams can be heard just about every weekend. With multiple fields within walking distance of each other multiple events can happen at the same time. Rogers Field with just over 31 acres can fit up to 12 playing fields for soccer, lacrosse, or ultimate disc competitions.
Rogers Field along with Antietam Field, Museum Field, and the Willard Fields offer a total of over 65 acres of playing and event space. One local favorite is the Chief Roland Jerome Powwow with live music and food.
The Bay State Games are hosted here on Devens as well as community-focused events such as the Devens Food Truck Festival, Devens Family Fun Day, Fort Devens Day, and Devens Harvest Fest. The Bob Eisengrein Community Center is available for local community-centered events.
Associations and events hosted in Devens.
Playing in Devens Massachusetts is not only for the planned and organized sports events held each year here. Devens has plenty of other activities to enjoy as well.
The Nashua River runs through the edge of Devens on the Shirley side and is a popular place for Kayakers and hikers alike. The Oxbow National Wildlife Refuge has a visitor’s center and plenty of parking for you to get that Kayak or canoe in the water or use it as a starting point to hike the area along the river.
Devens Disc Golf has a couple of 18-hole courses and is open to the public. They also host tournaments and have clubs in the area and it’s listed on the Professional Disc Golf Association’s website.
If you are a golfer then you must check out the Red Tail Golf Club located in Devens. Red Tail is a 7,000 yards and par 72 course embedded in the natural beauty of rolling hills and little ponds. Check them out for a round of golf, a private event, or just head over for a bite to eat.
With its many acres of open space and bike-friendly streets, you can easily spend the day exploring Devens and top it off with a snack or meal at one of the local eateries. Check out this page to learn more about where to eat and stay on Devens.