Crocker Park is a gorgeous 2.82 acres stretch of land that offers some of the best views of Marblehead Harbor. The Park was originally named Bartoll’s Head, but was later named after Uriel Crocker, who donated a large portion of the land to the Town of Marblehead in 1885. Crocker Park is the home of the annual Festival of the Arts music and film festival each July 4th weekend and is often the chosen location for many weddings and private events. Gazebos, benches and a swim float make Crocker Park a popular relaxation destination for residents and visitors.


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Sources:
“Discovering Marblehead: A Guide to Open Spaces and Historic Places”
Marblehead Book Group
Marblehead Historic Commission
Marblehead.org

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