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Memorial Field (Medford)

Located at the intersection of the Mystic Valley Parkway (Route 16) and Winthrop St.

From Boston

bulletTake Storrow Drive inbound to eastern end and follow signs for I-93 North
bulletThen follow directions for I-93 Northbound below

From I-93 Northbound

bulletTake Exit 31 (Route 16), Mystic Valley Parkway through 2 flashing lights to traffic light on Winthrop St.
bulletTake a LEFT the fields are on your right
bulletPark on Winthrop St.

From I-93 Northbound (alternate)

bulletTake Exit 32 (Medford Square/Route 60)
bulletGo three quarters around the rotary to get onto Route 60 West into Medford Square
bulletStay in the right lane, and at the second traffic light bear right (soft right) following Route 60 onto High St.
bulletAt the next rotary go three quarters the way around onto Winthrop St.
bulletGo straight through the next traffic light and park on the street the fields are on your right.

From I-93 Southbound

bulletTake Exit 32 (Medford Square / Route 60)
bulletTake the first rotary exit Route 60 / Medford Square
bulletStay in the right lane, and at the second traffic light bear right (soft right) following Route 60 onto High St.
bulletAt the next rotary go three quarters the way around onto Winthrop St.
bulletGo straight through the next traffic light and park on the street the fields are on your right.

From the West

bulletTake Route 2 East to Exit 58 (Route 60 / Pleasant St. Arlington)
bulletAt end of ramp go LEFT at lights onto Route 60 East.
bulletAbout 1 mi to traffic light on Mass. Ave. Go straight through on Rt. 60
bulletOne block to traffic light. Go RIGHT on Rt 60.
bulletFollow Rt 60 about 2 mi to rotary at Winthrop St. (You'll cross railroad tracks in West Medford at about 1 mile)
bulletGo RIGHT on Winthrop St.
bulletGo straight through the next traffic light and park on the street the fields are on your right.

Directions are courtesy of Darren Blais. Thanks, Darren!
Updated Directions courtesy of John Peyton. Thanks, John!