Peter Igo Park

Get on Board!

Site dedicated to the renovation of Peter Igo Park which is located in Brant Rock, Massachusetts.  The Peter Igo Park Initiative (PIPI) is spearheaded by volunteers from the Marshfield Tennis Club.

Thank you to everyone who participated in our first bocce ball fundraising tournament! Your participation and contribution to the Park is greatly appreciated.  Watch for another tournament in the Spring of 2018.


Annual Fund Raising Drive - Your Contributions Matters!

Click on the below link to contribute via PayPal or mail your contribution to: Friends of Peter Igo Park, Inc., P.O.Box 1122, Marshfield, MA 02050.  Donors contributing $50 or more will receive a limited edition Friend of Peter Igo Park ball cap - perfect for tennis, rowing, pickle ball, the beach...just about anywhere!

Does your company offer to match donations to charitable organizations? Perfect! Friends of Peter Igo Park, Inc. is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit (your contributions may be tax deductible). 

Give generously!

Thank you!!!

Note: Friends of Peter Igo Park, Inc. is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit and your contributions may be tax deductible.

Also, we're always looking for additional help to pitch in at the Park (weeding, planting, cleaning, shoveling, raking, etc.). Send us an email at info@peterigo.com if you'd like to help out.


The Background...

While Peter Igo Park is a public facility, almost all of the maintenance is performed by volunteers - the Friends of Peter Igo Park.  Some of the tasks these volunteers perform include:

  • keeping tennis courts (including 10 and Under tennis courts used by Pickle Ballers), the basketball court, multi-use court and bocce courts debris-free

  • securing and spreading wood chips along the pathway to the Green Harbor River and in the southeast quadrant

  • soliciting sponsorship for regular mosquito and pest prevention spraying

  • researching and applying for grant opportunities to improve the Park's facilities (a great example is the grant received from the Massachusetts Division of Fish and Wildlife which financed the construction of the dock on the Green Harbor River)

  • regular "weed whacking", weeding of the flower beds, planting new flowers

  • paying for the security monitoring (cameras linked to the Marshfield Police Department) to help ensure that everyone enjoys a safe experience at the Park

  • ...and so much more!!!