When the Route 250 Bypass cleaved McIntire Park into two parts, it was an opportunity for a new neighborhood park to form. The 14 acres along Greenleaf Lane became Greenleaf Park, and they now play host to features all their own.
Head to Greenleaf Park on a hot day for some relief in the "spray ground." A water-filled take on the traditional playground, the spray ground has a mushroom fountain that rains down a sheet of water from its domed top and a pole that spouts water out the top. There's also a dry playground for cooler days, and it encompasses equipment that's appropriate for preschoolers, too. For adults, there's a half-basketball court, a picnic shelter, and a wide trail along the creek for running. It feeds right into trails to Plymouth Road and directly attaches the park to nearby Walker School.