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Meander along trails that pass through woodlands, meadows, and gardens, all part of an elegant former estate that is also home to the LEED-certified Doyle Center, at state-of the art office building.
What makes Doyle Community Park a special place?
Doyle Community Park is an oasis of 157 acres of open space amidst the busy urban centers of Leominster and Fitchburg. The park includes the Doyle Center, an inspiring "green" office building that is a model of sustainability.
You’ll pass through woodlands, open fields, meadows, formal gardens, and parklands as you walk the 3.5 miles of easy trails of this former family estate. The park also includes Pierce Meadow, part of the former Pierce estate, a 10-acre gem with huge specimen trees and open space for strolling, picnicking, and play.
Built in 2004, the Doyle Center is a 14,000-square foot, gold-rated LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) building surrounded by tree-lined avenues within Doyle Community Park.
The Center is one of three statewide campuses for The Trustees, with offices for professional staff, volunteers and interns.
3.5 mi. of trails meander through Doyle Community Park.
When to Visit the Park
Year-round, daily, sunrise to sunset. Allow a minimum of 1/2 hour.