Castle in the Trees Playground – It’s Worth the Trip

WCKC recently visited Castle in the Trees Playground in Littleton, and we felt it was definitely worth the trip! The playground was redone in fall 2016 with trek-like materials. No splinters! The park has so many play areas, areas for creative/imaginative play, and for sitting & picnicking.  We know you’ll love it too.

Castle in the Trees

Castle in the TreesTriple Slide at Castle in the Trees Playground

Aidan’s Playground

Aidan’s Playground is located at Castle in the Trees Playground. It was built in November, 2013 in memory of 10 month old Littleton resident Aidan Mallio who sadly died in a drowning accident in July 2012. The playground is for ages 2-5.

Aidan's Playground at Castle in the TreesCastle in the Trees Slide


Before heading out:
  • Check the town website to make sure the park is not closed the day you plan to go.
  • Bicycles, roller blades, skateboard, and scooters are NOT allowed on the basketball courts.
Make a Day of It!

Here are some nearby attractions and restaurants to visit before our after the playground!

Kimball Farm: Ice cream, Bumper boats, Mini Golf, and so much more!

The Butterfly Place: Open daily from Valentine’s Day to Columbus Day from 10am-4pm.

Eats: Tavern on the Square Littleton, Sal’s Pizza,

Castle in the Trees Playground
300 King Street
Littleton, MA 01460

Want to stay close to home? See our guide to Worcester Parks and Playgrounds!

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