- Category: Attractions
Artesani Playground – Playground, water area and bike path along the Charles River. Entrance on Soldiers Field Road at Western Avenue
Joyce Park – Basketball court and water sprinklers. Known as Priscilla Park. Entrance from Union Street or Blenford Road
(a great Frum place to be on Shabbos afternoon)
Rogers Park- playgrounds, fields and tennis court. Also a great hill for sledding. Entrance on Foster street
Shubow Park - known as Chiswick park. Entrance from Commonwealth Avenue or Chiswick Road.
Clark Playground - Cypress St, Brookline, MA 02445
Very nice park with children's playground equipment, a full basketball court, some open grass play space, summer water fountain, several benches and patio tables.
Larz Anderson Park - 23 Newton St, Brookline.
Playground, fields, and nice lake to bike or walk around
Lotta Bradburn Schick Park - Addington Rd, Brookline
Green space with a grassy field plus a fenced playground & covered picnic area.
Minot Playground and Rose Garden - St Paul St & Freeman St, Brookline
Lively green space featuring picnic tables, playgrounds & a rose garden with a walk-through trellis.
Skyline Park - Newton St, Brookline
Soule Recreation Center- 652 Hammond St, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467
Green recreation area with a play lot & splash pad, athletic fields & an environmental center.
Waldstein (Dean) Playground - Dean Rd, Brookline
Playgrounds, fields, tennis courts and a great hill for sledding
Brookline Public Schools have great playgrounds that are open to the public when school is dismissed or not in session such as:
Driscoll Elementary School - 64 Westbourne Ter, Brookline
Runkle School - 50 Druce St, Brookline
Newton Centre Park - Tyler Terrace & Centre St, Newton Center
Alexander Kemp Playground- 36 Waterhouse St, Cambridge, MA 02138
It has a variety of play features to stimulate challenging physical activity as well as creative, exploratory, imaginative and social play for kids of all ages.
North Point Park- 6 Museum Way, Cambridge, MA 02141
North Point Park is an 8.5-acre park located on the Charles River in Cambridge, Massachusetts, created as mitigation for the taking of planned parkland for the construction of the Big Dig.
Beaver Brook Reservation- Mill St, Belmont, MA 02478
Beaver Brook Reservation is a public recreation area covering 303 acres on the dividing line between the town of Belmont and the city of Waltham, Massachusetts