About Burr’s Hill Park

Burr’s Hill Park was used as a lookout point for the American militia during the colonial period. A partial excavation in 1913 revealed the existence of a 17th century Wampanoag burial ground, where Dutch, French, English and Wampanoag artifacts were discovered.

Today, Burr’s Hill offers a variety of sports and recreation with a beautiful view of the water and direct access to the town beach and the East Bay Bike Path. Lots of open space surrounds the band shell, making it a perfect place to picnic, hear live music, or watch movies.


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