About Roche Reading Park
Roche Reading Park is a small, quaint park in the heart of the Berkshires. It is sheltered next to the Lenox public library and under a few towering trees. It is a beautiful, quiet spot to relax, read a book from the library, or enjoy a picnic away from the bustle of the town. The small grassy area has multiple tables and benches, making it a comfortable and accessible location for all activities. This secluded spot is full of lush bushes and vibrant flowers, making spring and summer an active time of year for Roche Reading Park due to the birds and pollinators that find their home here.
The library next to the park provides many opportunities. Patrons can borrow books, CDs, DVDs, and museum passes to further engage in Lenox's intellectual and historical community. Additionally, children's programming at Roche Reading Park through the library makes this an engaging destination for people of all ages.
This park is right off Main Street and is only a short walk from countless restaurants, the Lenox Community Center, and the Town Hall, and is a short drive from Tanglewood, the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, The Mount, Edith Wharton's ancestral home, and many other destinations that make Lenox such a vibrant Western Massachusetts town.