Stage Fort Park

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Stage Fort Park

Stage Fort Park is a park in Gloucester, Massachusetts. It features two beautiful beaches, a large playground, picnic benches, two baseball fields, a basketball court, a dog park and plenty of room for any weekend activities.

There is also a seasonal restaurant in the park, The Cupboard of Gloucester, selling a wide variety of food and ice cream including fried clams and sandwiches.

The most prominent geological feature is a large rock, some sixty feet high and two hundred wide. It was an ancient ritual stone used by Native Americans. [1]

Another view of Stage Fort Park, featuring the giant rock
Plaque on the large rock

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mackaye, Percy (1912), The Civic Theatre In Relation To The Redemption of Leisure; A Book Of Suggestions, Mitchell Kennerley, New York and London

Coordinates: 42°36′20″N 70°40′41″W / 42.60556°N 70.67806°W / 42.60556; -70.67806