Youth Basketball Registraiton

CLICK HERE for program information. 
CLICK HERE to Register. 

Unified Soccer

Hudson Unified Soccer is a collaborative team sport, composed of ATHLETES (players who have a developmental challenge) and PARTNERS (players who do not have a developmental challenge). The program is designed to offer all children a skill-based, competitive team sport plus an interactive social learning experience. It is open to children/young adults.

This program will take place on Tuesday and Thursday nights from 6:00pm-7:15pm at Quinn, starting October 3rd and ending November 9th with the following exceptions. The program will not take place on Tuesday, October 24th and Tuesday, October 31st.

Volunteers to help coach and/or assist in managing program logistics are always needed.

Financial assistance is available.

To request financial assistance or to volunteer, please email Dan Hannon at or call 978-568-9642.

Participants MUST at a minimum currently be in Kindergarten.

Seasonal Employment - Fall/Winter 2023-2024

The Hudson Park Commission/Division of Recreation is seeking individuals Fall/Winter part-time seasonal positions. Positions available may include, but are not limited to Gym Supervisor, Scorekeeper, Referee, and Clinician/Instructor.

The above programs are held nights and weekends throughout the fall/winter months. For more specific information regarding the positions listed above, please contact the Recreation Department.
Applications can be obtained at the Hudson Recreation Office, Mondays through Fridays from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm or by CLICKING HERE.

Persons should be 16 years of age or older, as of December 1st, 2023. 

If interested, please apply by Friday, October 13th, 2023 at 4:00pm. 

2023 Swim Lesson Information

Information on Summer 2023 Swim Lessons is now available. 

Summer Programs Announcement

Registration for many of our Summer Programs opens June 1st.
Click here for more information about summer programs
Click here to register for summer programs.
Click here for our Summer Concerts Flyer

Dates of Operation: Monday, June 5 - Sunday, August 20
Hours: Daily 9:00am – 7:00pm. Lifeguards on duty from 10:00am-6:30pm

Day Parking Pass (sold at Beach): $10 for residents, $20 for non-residents*
Season Parking Pass**: $50 for Hudson residents, $25 for Hudson residents aged 65+, $100 for non-residents
Note: Proof of residency and age required at time of purchase.

*Non-resident Day Parking Passes WILL NOT be sold on Weekends or holidays (June 19 and July 4).
**Season Parking Passes can only be purchased at the Recreation Office, Monday-Friday 8:00am -4:00pm.
Season Parking Passes will be available for purchase starting Thursday, June 1.



Hudson Dog Park - Coming Soon!!!

Hudson Recreation in conjunction with the Park Commission are excited to announce that we will soon be on our way to planning, designing and constructing a Dog Park in Hudson! CLICK HERE for more information about the project's history.
On Tuesday, May 16th at 6:00pm at the Quinn Middle School we held a community input session. Thanks for all who attended! The next step is to gather additional input via an online survey.  Click Here to complete the online survey and provide feedback. Your opinion matters. 

Centennial Beach Floating Chair

Through a generous donation by SMILE Mass, we are excited to announce that our beach has been more accessible than ever before. Beach patrons can now access (advanced reservation required) an accessible beach wheelchair at Centennial beach.


Recreation Master Plan - Friday, February 21, 2020

Over the last several months, the Hudson Park Commission – Division of Recreation has been working with Weston & Sampson to develop a Recreation Master Plan. Below are links to additional information:

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. 

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. 

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.