This well-maintained park is easily accessed from either Beekman Lane (the West side), or Marshall Rd. (The East side) - limited parking is available. Nearby residents can also access the park on foot through the adjacent Woodfield Estates development.
When I visited with my kids on Saturday, the park was quiet. Quite a change from the typical weekend morning when there might be four soccer games and two softball games going on. In addition to the soccer and softball fields, there are tennis courts, and two separate playgrounds with swings and the typical climbing elements - which both of my kids really enjoy. There is also a path for jogging or bicycling, and a decent amount of undesignated open space - great for throwing around a football or Frisbee. There are even a couple of picnic tables.
Oh, and why is the park divided East and West? Well, besides the fact that the grounds are naturally bisected by a small tree-lined (dry) stream, the park as a whole is BIG - about one million square feet. That, and the fact that there are softball and soccer fields on each half could make it confusing and difficult to meet up with friends. By dividing the park, it is easier to explain where you are, and where you are going!
Woodfield is an excellent neighborhood park that has grown by size and reputation into Hillsborough's "Community" Park. Prove Kipling wrong, visit today - both sides!