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  • NEW SWEATT BEACH REGULATIONS FOR THE 2023 SEASON - Sweatt Beach will be open ONLY to residents of Wrentham, Norfolk, Plainville and Franklin
  • A reminder that there are no animals allowed on the fields at Rice Complex and Sweatt Field and no animals allowed at Sweatt Beach at any time.

Sweatt Beach on Lake Pearl
2023 Sweatt Beach Pass
Wrentham residents only
Purchase Pass
Sweatt Beach View
Sweatt Beach 2023 New Regulations
Open to Wrentham, Norfolk, Plainville, Franklin Residents
New Regluations
Summer Playground
Summer Playground 2023
June 26 - Aug 18th, Mon- Fri
9am-3pm(half day 9am-12pm)
Boys/Girls K - 8th grade
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Volleyball Clinic 6-8th grade
2023 Summer Volleyball Clinic
Boys/Girls 6-8th grade
Wednesday Nights 5-6:30pm, July 12- Aug 9th
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William Rice Complex Facility Policy

Know the RulesWilliam Rice Recreation Complex

All vehicles must be parked in a designated spot in the parking lot while attending any game or practice.

  • Do not park in entrance/exit road leading in/out of parking lot to watch/drop-off to practice or game.
  • Do not park in between pylons in a non-designated area.
  • Do not park on the grass.
  • Do not park on Emerald Street anytime.
Do not drop your player off to game or practice on the entrance/exit road or area with pylons. Please park in a designated parking spot and allow your player to exit the vehicle.
  • Dropping off in a drivable area can be dangerous and is not safe for your child as well as causing traffic to back up.
  • The service road near Horne Field is only for authorized recreation employees and organization staff to access storage etc. and it is not meant for drop off, parking, or watching games or practices. Even if the entrance gate is open, it is not open to the public.
Wrentham Recreation has a strict policy for “NO DOGS or ANIMALS AT THE RICE RECREATION COMPLEX”.

The Wrentham Recreation Commission maintains a “ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY” with poor human behavior during games or practice. All organizations conducting business at Rice Complex are expected to maintain this standard of behavior.  No coach, player, parent, or visitor should exhibit improper conduct towards an umpire, referee, player, or any other person at the Rice Complex. Failure to comply with this policy may result in being asked to leave the facility by the organization’s leadership.