About Tucker Park
Tucker Park is a play area and athletic complex managed by the City of Pittsfield. The park is ideal for a short day of family-friendly outdoor recreation in the Berkshires. On the park's west side, visitors will find a full outdoor basketball court and a half-court hoop. These courts are perfect for both individual practice and competitive team play.
Next to the courts, multiple picnic tables rest in the shade of tall trees. Visitors can relax and cool down between games on hot summer days. The tall trees also provide a habitat for local Western Massachusetts wildlife species, including songbirds and squirrels.
The park then features two separate playgrounds. The playground on the park's west side is designed for children younger than two years old. The other play area, meanwhile, is excellent for older kids. Visitors here will find a swing set, a large play structure, and a four-square court. There are also benches where parents can rest and watch their kids play.
There is no designated parking lot for Tucker Park. Visitors can park on the shoulder of Robbins Avenue or Daniels Avenue.