Coolidge Park Columbia St & Russell St, Brookline, MA02446 Located in a secluded North Brookline neighborhood between Corey Hill and JFK Crossing, Coolidge Park includes two…More age-specific woodchip playgrounds, basketball courts, splash fountain, open grass field and tennis courts with a shelter and benches.
Brookline District Court 360 Washington St, Brookline, MA02445 Located adjacent to the Public Safety Building on Washington Street, the Brookline Court handles legal matters ranging…More from small claims cases and juvenille matters to criminal arraignments and trials.
Warren Field 133 Eliot St, Chestnut Hill, MA02467 Warren Field serves the neighborhood community and local schools with a full-size baseball field, soccer and softball…More facilities. There are also sprawling lawns, a play area, tennis courts and basketball courts. The park is located in the Chesnut Hill area of Newton, on Eliot Street.
Driscoll Extended Day Program 64 Westbourne Ter, Brookline, MA02446 This program has been running since the 1970s and is known as an exemplary local after school program. The school has…More wide fields, courts and a sizable playground.
Bordered by MBTA tracks between Dean Road and Clinton Path, Waldstein Playground includes an open field, baseball…More diamond, basketball court, multiple tennis courts, tables with built-in chess boards, and a fenced-in woodchip playground with slides, swings, sandbox and splash fountain. The sloping field near Dean Rd. is very popular for sledding in the winter.
Waldstein Playground is part of Brookline's Green Dog Program, which allows park users to let their dogs off leash from dawn to 9 a.m.
Parking on Clinton Path and Dean Road is limited.
Lincoln School Playground Kennard Rd & Walnut St, Brookline, MA02445 The Lincoln School grounds includes a woodchip playground, basketball court, and large sloping field ringed by a…More historic brick wall. A second, more secluded playground is located on the far side of the school driveway.
Lawton Playground 141 Lawton St, Brookline, MA02446 Located in North Brookline, Lawton Playground includes basketball courts, and a woodchip playground with unusual…More climbing structures, a smaller tot lot with a sand pit, and a splash fountain. A path lined with benches also winds through the small park.
Murphy Playground features a small open field, splash fountain, basketball court and two woodchip playgrounds,…More including a smaller fenced-in tot lot with a sandbox. The park is named after John E. Murphy, Brookline's Parks and Recreation Commissioner for most of the 1970s.
Located between the Baker School and the West Roxbury border, the D. Blakely Hoar Sanctuary is composed of nearly 25…More acres of conservation land and a network of dirt trails and boardwalks.
The sanctuary can be reached from behind the tennis courts at the Baker School. Ball games, bicycling and dogs are not permitted in the park.
Billy Ward Playground 101 Aspinwall Ave, Brookline, MA02446 Located across from St. Paul's Church on Aspinwall Avenue, this small park includes a basketball half court, woodchip…More playground, splash fountain, grass field and a smaller sandy playground.
Brook House Condominium 33 Pond Ave, Brookline, MA02445 The Brook House Condiminum is an elegant housing complex of four buildings. The property overlooks a pond and the land…More is vast, open, and the overall feeling of the complex is serene. Features include a fitness center, tennis courts, an outdoor swimming pool and much more. The Management Office is located next door to the complex's real estate agency, Pat Bottary Real Estate.
Schick Park 133 Addington Rd, Brookline, MA02445 Perched atop Aspinwall Hill, this small park includes a small open field, basketball court, sheltered picnic tables, and…More a woodchip playground with slides and swings. The park also features a smaller fenced-in playground with sand.
Clark Playground Cypress St & Mulford St, Brookline, MA02445 Located in Whiskey Point, this shady park includes a woodchip playground with swings, a basketball court, a spray pool,…More and a small open field. The park is also dotted with benches and picnic tables and has a small community bulletin board near Cypress St. The town bought the land for the park in 1913.
Located at the end of Cypress Street in Whiskey Point, the Mary E. Robinson Playground includes a baseball diamond,…More half basketball court, open field, spray fountain and woodchip playground with slides and swings. The park was once the site of a car barn for the Boston Elevated Railway Company, but was sold to the town for use as a park in the 1930's.
Robinson Playground is part of Brookline's Green Dog Program, which allows park users to let their dogs off leash during certain hours. At Robinson, dogs are allowed off leash from dawn until 9am.
Located across Route 9 from the old Lincoln School, the Boylston Street Playground includes a baseball diamond,…More basketball courts and a small wood-chip playground with slides, swings and a splash fountain. The park is separated from White Place by the D Branch of the Green Line, but can be reached through a pedestrian overpass on Davis Path.
Boylston Street Playground is part of Brookline's Green Dog Program, which allows park users to let their dogs off leash during certain hours. At Boylston Street, dogs are allowed off leash from dawn to 9am.
This three-acre neighborhood park includes wetlands circled by a willow-lined path dotted with park benches. The park…More also includes basketball hoops on a grass court and a woodchip playground with slides and a sandbox.
Griggs Park is part of Brookline's Green Dog Program, which allows park users to let their dogs off leash during certain hours. At Griggs, dogs are allowed off leash from dawn to 1 p.m.