East Longmeadow is a municipality in Hampden County, Massachusetts, in the Pioneer Valley area of Western Massachusetts. East Longmeadow is five miles southeast of downtown Springfield, twenty-five miles north of Hartford, eighty-seven miles southwest of Boston, and 142 miles northeast of New York City.
The Springfield Metropolitan Statistical Area includes East Longmeadow, which is located just south of Springfield.
Heritage Park is a popular attraction in East Longmeadow. Heritage Park has a pond with swans and fish, baseball and soccer grounds, a playscape, and a picnic area. Blackman's Pond is the name of the Pond.
The numerous red and brown sandstone quarries that gave East Longmeadow its industrial beginnings. The original Smithsonian Institution, as well as the Elijah Burt House, the Seward Pease House, the Train depot, and the First Congregational Church, are all historical places in East Longmeadow.
The 4th of July Parade in East Longmeadow is held every year. It is one of western Massachusetts' largest Fourth of July parades.
Map of the area
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