ANNOUNCEMENTS

Recreational Basketball Programs - NOW UNDERWAY!!!

For game schedules please click on the appropriate link below:
 
Girls 6-8 Game Schedules

Recreation Master Plan - Project Update

Did you know Hudson Recreation is currently working on developing a recreation specific master plan. The Recreation Master Plan will serve as the mechanism to implement improvements/redevelopment of existing facilities and the development of new recreation facilities for the Town of Hudson.  This will be accomplished through the master planning services as detailed in Town of Hudson - Division of Recreation - Master Plan, Scope of Work, while also taking into account the information collected in 2018 Community Survey and Community Innovation and Visioning Session.
 

As part of this process we will hold two (2) Public Input Sessions to gather further input from community members on December 17, 2019 at 2:00pm and 6:00pm, at the Hudson Police/DPW Building - Community Room, 911 Municipal Drive. Please consider joining us to learn more and participate in this process. 

Centennial Beach Renovation Project Web Page

To ensure you have the most up-to-date project info, we have created a dedicated page on our website specific to the Centennial Beach Renovation Project. This page will serve as the main hub for project updates and information. Click on the link below to be taken directly to the page.
 
Centennial Beach Renovation Project Web Page 

Morgan Bowl Track Project - Now Complete!

The Morgan Bowl Track & Stone Wall project has been completed. The track is open for public use (weather dependent). Please make sure to abide by all track rules when using the facility.
 

Pickleball Court at Riverside Park

Hudson Recreation has 4 Pickle Ball nets at the Riverside Tennis Courts to be used for public play (seasonally).  Use of the courts (both Tennis and Pickle Ball) is made available to individuals or organizations who reside in Hudson.  When not in use, pickle ball nets are to be placed off the courts along the inside of the fence, closest to the parking lot so that they are always accessible throughout the season.  The pickle ball courts can be used for open play with the exception of the days/times that the HHS Tennis Programs are utilizing the courts or when reserved for use by our local Pickleball group: Hudson, MA Pickleball. 

2019 George Chiasson Memorial Fishing Derby

This year's George Chiasson Memorial Trout Fishing Derby will be held on Saturday, May 11th from 6:30am to 10:00am at Tripps' Pond (River Street, Hudson)

Age Groups:

Sun Fish: 6 and under
Blue Gill: 7 to 11
Cat Fish: 12 to 16

The fee to register is $5.00 per child (cash or check)

Prizes to be awarded for first fish caught (one winner) andmost fish caught (per age group), plus other categories. 
 
Pre-registration is strongly recommended. CLICK HERE for a registration form.

Summer 2019 Program Info

CLICK HERE to see our Summer 2019 Program Flyer 


SUMMER PROGRAM REGISTRATION DATES:
RECkids and Track Programs: Begins Monday, May 13th
Swimming Lessons and Tennis: Begins Wednesday, May 22nd 

CLICK HERE to register for Programs 
 
Centennial Beach Season Parking Passes are now on sale at the Recreation Office; Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:00pm. $20 for residents. $40 for non-residents. Cash or check only. Proof of residency required. 

Community Innovation Session

Thank you to everyone who attended our Innovation Session on June 13th. We appreciated everyone taking time out of their busy schedule to join us. As part of the presentation, we provided everyone with a handout that highlighted the results of our Innovation Survey. A copy of the Survey Highlights handout and the Power Point presentation from the Session are available thru the links below. 
 
 

Hudson Recreation is on Facebook

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Mission Statement

   The Park Commission/Division of Recreation goal is to provide the residents of Hudson with a comprehensive leisure time program for those of all ages, while continually expanding and enhancing recreation facilities and opportunities keeping abreast of ever changing trends.  Also to preserve open space and the natural features of Hudson that defines its character, identity and link to the past.