About Whip Hill Park
Whip Hill Park is a passive recreation area owned by the Town of Stoneham and operated by the Stoneham Conservation Commission. The park is funded by the taxpayers of Stoneham and the continuing generosity of the Whip Hill Park Trust. The Whip Hill estate was built in the 1930's by James and Angie Crockett and was used a a family residence until 1968 when it was presented to the Town of Stoneham by Mrs. Crockett as a memorial to her husband. The gift of the 30 acre estate has presented a remarkable natural resource for the enjoyment of all Stoneham Residents.
If you would like more information on the park or to find out how you can support Stoneham's most beautiful public resource, call the Stoneham Conservation Committee at (781) 279-2696 or Whip Hill Park (781) 665-2696.
|James Previte||Conservation Inspector||(781) 665-2696|
News & Notices
- Town Meeting Monday, May 1st 7PM Town Hall Auditorium
- FY18 Capital Improvement Advisory Committee Report
- Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day Stoneham High School June 24th 9AM-1PM
- Job Opportunities for the Town of Stoneham
- MassDOT Public Information Meeting to discuss Traffic Signal & Intersection Improvements May 3rd 7PM Town Hall