Frank Newhall Look Memorial Park, Northampton

(4.3/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Look Park is 150 acres of pretty lawns, evergreens, a pond, Pines Theater, the petting zoo, playgrounds, tennis courts, bumper boats, paddle boats, mini-golf, basket ball courts, volleyball courts, a ...  more »
  • This is a great park, have been coming here for 20+ years. To avoid the car fee, park outside and bike or walk in. Lots to see and do.  more »
  • We went on all the playground equipment and enjoyed ourselves, we also went where the goats and birds are.  more »
Google
  • We love to get away from the Berkshires without a long journey most weeks during the summer and Look Park is a nice little place to go. $9 for parking I believe, think it went up, but worth it for the entire day. Water sprinklers are a favorite for our boy, along with the trolley/train ride and bike paths. Great playgrounds and perfect for a picnic lunch and flying kites.
  • My kids loved it. It has a beautiful lake where you can rent the small boats and pedal them. Also, kids can ride a train and enjoy the park besides learning about the rail.
  • Very nice park. Small entrance fee if you drive but it funds the park. It's really quite big and beautiful. Dog friendly (leash required) is a big plus!
  • Gorgeous park and very large. Tons of space and lots of facilities to cater to your needs. Water area for kids, cute River and large trees help keep it cool in the summer. There were two food stands in the area we were in, snacks and ice cream. Lots of space for parking - even on a busy Saturday. Great place for small or large family gatherings and BBQ.
  • This is more a review of the Pines Theater inside the park. The venue is OK. There's next to no shade near the stage but since most events are late afternoon and into the evening is not that big of a deal. The bathrooms are pretty beat up, and have portapotties as back up. Events there are frequently billed as 'family friendly', but they don't allow any outside food you might bring for the kids and make you dump out water you've brought with you. There's no near by free parking, so if you're going with friends, you should coordinate to condense cars and avoid the parking fee ($9).