501 E. Main Street
Hawthorne Park is located at 501 E. Main Street. The 20 acre tract was purchased in 1945 from Frank and Katherine Farrell and provides a welcome retreat to busy shoppers, families and anyone craving an open green area. The park underwent a $2 million renovation in 2015-16 and it now includes a large play structure, a skate spot, Medford's largest seasonal splash pad, a futsal court, a basketball court and two fenced-in areas for off-leash dogs. In 2015, an artist was commissioned by the Medford Arts Commission to create the mural art on the pillars under I-5 at this site.
The park has one basketball court.
The park has two fenced-in areas for off leash dogs.
The park has one futsal court.
Playground & Excercise Equipment
The park features a play ground for children and an excercise/fitness for the whole family.
Hawthorne Park is adjacent to the Bear Creek Greenway, a paved bike/pedestrian way which traverses northerly into Central Point and southerly into Ashland.
View a drone flight over the park that took place in 2016.