Hayden Schofield Playstead

The Hayden Schofield Playstead is named for Private Francis Hayden and Private James F. Schofield, who were killed in action in France in 1918 during World War One. The Hayden Schofield Playstead is located at the intersection of Lawrence Street and Myrtle Street. The park consists of two lighted fields and a playground for the kids, it is also the home of several baseball and softball leagues in the City of Lawrence.

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Park Information

Name: Hayden Schofield Playstead
Location: Intersection of Lawrence Street and Myrtle Street
Hours: Dawn to Dusk

Fields: Yes
Field types: 2 Softball
Dugouts: Yes
Spectator Seating: Yes
Tennis Courts: No
Basketball Court: No
Lights: Yes

Playground: Yes
Surface: Woodchip
Jungle-Gym No
Slide: No
Swings: Yes
Monkey Bars: No
Picnic Tables: No
Other: lighted scoreboard
Fence: chainlink around playground

Restrooms: Yes
Type: Porta-potties
Handicapped Accessible: No

Parking: On street
Number of spaces: Not Applicable
Number of handicapped spaces: Not Applicable
Paved: Not Applicable