CHATHAM – Chase Park features a windmill and a labyrinth.
On a recent cold, mostly deserted day, we wandered into the park where we spent some time admiring the Godfrey Windmill and contemplating the Chatham Labyrinth.
The historic gristmill, built in 1797 overlooking Mill Pond, was moved to Chase Park in 1956. Even without the big blades attached, it is quite a sight and worth wandering around, even in chilly weather.
We also were curious about the lawn bowling setup, and were especially intrigued by the labyrinth, a gift to the town in 2012 initiated by clergy from seven churches in Chatham.
This is an 11-circuit labyrinth. The term “circuit” refers to the number of times the path goes around the center. We also have learned that Chatham Labryinth is a replica of a medieval labyrinth found in a cathedral in France.
For more photos from across Cape Cod, please see Scenic Cape.
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