Nestled in by the woods, near the end of a cul-de-sac in what we know as Amherst,
The Maple Hill Play Garden sits on occupied Nonotuck, Nipmuck and Pocumtuck land.
If you are willing and able to support our local community of Indigenous Nipmuck people, please consider making a donation to the Ohketeau Cultural Center in Ashfield.
You can learn more about the Ohketeau center or visit: https://www.ohketeau.org/
And you can make donations or visit: https://www.ohketeau.org/donate
The Maple Hill Play Garden backs to the Larch Hill conservation area - a beautiful space
that also abuts Bramble Hill Farm, a local organic farm.
Browse through the following photos for a virtual tour of The Maple Hill Play Garden's indoor and outdoor space (please excuse the construction in the transformation of our outdoor area!).
*As a family with young children ourselves, we do not offer in-person tours at this time.
Please feel free to browse these photos to get a feel for the program space.
You can also get a feel for our days by clicking
to view our Photos page.