North River Road
Manchester, NH 03104
+1 603 624 6565 (City Park Council)
Located in the North End of the city, Stark Park lays spread over and impressive 30 acres (12.14 hectares). When it was opened in 1893, the Stark Park was one of the first such public facilities in the city, and it was named in the honor of General John Stark, a pivotal figure in the American Revolution, who was from Manchester, NH. The park is also the final resting place of the General, whose burial site lies in the park's center. Historically prominent, the park is also a popular recreational space for the locals, and features a playground, and walkways, and is also the venue for many community events.