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Free area to play, rest, relax, picnic, and watch the Chatham Band play! Lovely green area. Great... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Plano, Texas
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Pleasant Walk & Victorian Bandstand

Very quaint, in the center of Town park. Being midwinter, we weren't able to see much of what the... read more

Reviewed 14 February 2018
John L
West Hartford, Connecticut
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Free area to play, rest, relax, picnic, and watch the Chatham Band play! Lovely green area. Great to let the kids burn some energy.

Thank Hogiepaw
Reviewed 14 February 2018

Very quaint, in the center of Town park. Being midwinter, we weren't able to see much of what the Park and Victorian Bandstand had to offer, but that's where imagination takes over. Summer, live music, blankets with picnics, kids running up & down the hill,...More

4  Thank John L
Reviewed 11 October 2017

Children love walking on this short walk looking at decorated fish in summer or Christmas trees in winter. There is always something fun to look at in this little park in the heart of downtown Chatham.

Thank rmmgb
Reviewed 14 August 2017

Kate Gould Park is in the center of Chatham off the main street. Located in the park is a beautiful gazebo "grandstand" where in the summer concerts are held every Friday evening. This is the perfect place for children to come and enjoy music with...More

2  Thank Loves2Research
Reviewed 12 August 2017

We stop here on Friday nights to listen to the concert provided by the very professional Chatham Town Band. Like many others who attend these free open air concerts, we bring our lawn chairs and enjoy listening to the selection of music performed by the...More

Thank Bob C
Reviewed 10 August 2017

I'm not sure why this is highly rated. It's a simple park located on Main in the heart of Chatham. It's small. There are a couple of places to sit in the shade. There is nothing special about the atmosphere. It's not a beautiful garden...More

Thank CraftBeers
Reviewed 19 July 2017

If you're visiting Chatham, be sure to check the THINGS TO DO schedule of events in the local paper. There are often free concerts in Kate Gould Park, and the music we heard was outstanding. Right in the heart of town and really a fun,...More

Thank eluper
Reviewed 12 June 2017

Right now there is a funky display of great white shark art in this park (sharksinthepark.net). Dozens of boards in the shape of these sharks, supported on poles stuck in the ground, have artwork depicting various Chatham and Massachusetts landmarks, and legends--Fenway Park, Chatham light,...More

2  Thank StarWeez
Reviewed 18 September 2016

Chatham is the summer home to the Great White Shark and to build on that, the local community hosts a special event each summer in Kate Gould Park, where local artists of all ages paint and or decorate cutouts or 3D models of sharks which...More

Thank Aegiss1
Reviewed 7 September 2016

This park in the center of downtown Chatham is a great spot to sit and rest, let the kids run around, or, if you're in town on Friday nights in the summer, go and enjoy the 1880's style band concert performed in the bandstand at...More

1  Thank Jan C
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