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Robinson Playground
Cypress St & Franklin St, Brookline, MA 02445

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.

Boylston Street Playground
Davis Path & Boylston St, Brookline, MA 02445

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.

Brookline Avenue Playground
Aspinwall Ave & Brookline Ave, Brookline, MA 02445

This four-acre park along Brookline Ave. features a large playing field, a baseball diamond, and a fenced-in "totMore lot" with a woodchip playground and swings. This park is directly adjacent to the Lynch Recreation Center.

Organized teams must seek a permit from the Brookline Recreation Department before using town athletic facilities.

Brookline Avenue Playground is part of Brookline's Green Dog Program, which allows  users to let their dogs off leash during certain hours. At Amory, dogs are allowed off leash from dawn to 1 p.m. during March through November, and from dawn to dusk during December through February.

Cause to Paws
1386a Beacon St, Brookline, MA 02446
Since 2005, sisters Terry and E.G. Meyers have catered to the passionate pet owners of Brookline with their uniqueMore Coolidge Corner boutique, Cause to Paws. Dog and cat owners can find everything they need for their pets, including: sweaters, swimsuits and socks, queaky and beanie toys, organic treats, grooming tools, bowls, vitamins, leashes, and flea and tick treatments. For birthdays and other special occasions, the store sells custom-made cakes and gourmet treats shaped like bones, crowns, pizza slices or lobsters, among other things. The owners hold a variety of community events throughout the year, including an annual Halloween party. Pet owners are encouraged to come in costumes with their dressed-up four-legged friends and participate in activities like bobbing for miniature hot dogs.
Harry Downes Field
Jamaica Rd & Pond Ave, Brookline, MA 02445
This park includes a wide variety of athletic fields and equipment including a track, a synthetic football and soccerMore field, a softball diamond and open playing fields. The facilities were named for the Kraft family in 2006 after family members donated money to help pay for major improvements to the park. The park also features a small wood chip playground with a sandbox and baby swings. Harry Downes Field is part of Brookline's Green Dog Program, which allows park users to let their dogs off leash from dawn to 1 p.m.
Waldstein Playground
Dean Rd & Beaconsfield Rd, Brookline, MA 02445

Bordered by MBTA tracks between Dean Road and Clinton Path, Waldstein Playground includes an open field, baseballMore 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.

Skipton Kennel Shop
815 Boylston St, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467
Pamela Arone has been grooming cats and dogs for 15 years and is now welcoming new clients at her professional groomingMore store and spa, Skipton Kennel Shop. Pet necessities can also be purchased at the store, including grooming gear, shampoos, leashes, food and treats. Oral care treatment is also provided, as are day and overnight care. 
For the Love of Jobe - Pet Services, LLC
30 Kilsyth Road, Brookline, MA 02445
For the Love of Jobe - Pet Services, LLC pet care, sitting, and love For the Love of Jobe – Pet Services, LLC is aMore Brookline, MA based business providing love and care to domestic animals, specializing in dogs and cats. The owner, Michelle Quinn-Davidson, provides compassionate, loving, and dedicated care to your furry family member and peace of mind while you are away. Michelle is a proud member of the National Association for Professional Pet Sitters (NAPPS) and a volunteer for the NAPPS Pet Parent Resource Committee. She also volunteers for the ASPCA, MSPCA, and pet shelters in her free time. She believes in long walks, socializing, and frequent conversations, just like with any family member! For the Love of Jobe was created in memory of Michelle’s beloved, rescued, blind Newfoundland mix named Jobe. He was the sweetest dog on the planet, and his presence brought family, friends, and neighbors much love and joy. As Michelle transitioned from her career in youth development, she realized her true passion has always been for animal welfare.
Larz Anderson Park
Newton St & Goddard Ave, Brookline, MA 02445

A former estate that was donated to the town in the 1950s, Larz Anderson Park is Brookline's largest park at 61More acres, and features a variety of recreation facilities, picturesque landscaping, historic ruins and a popular transportation museum housed in a former carriage house.

From the parking lot on Goddard Avenue, park users have easy access to a fenced-in playground, baseball diamonds, picnic shelter, restrooms, and the park's man-made lagoon, complete with a footbridge, fountain and gazebo. Several barbecue grills overlook the lagoon and can be reserved through the Brookline Recreation Department.

From Avon Street, a driveway leads past Larz Andrson Auto Museum and the town skating rink to a parking lot perched at the top of the hill, where remains of the old estate gardens still stand. The sloping hill of Larz Anderson Park affords wide views of the Boston skyline and is popular for sledding, kite flying and watching Fourth of July fireworks on the Charles River.

Larz Anderson Park is part of Brookline's Green Dog Program, which allows parkgoers to let their dogs off leash during certain hours. At Larz, dogs are allowed off leash from dawn to 1 p.m. during March through November, and from dawn to dusk during December through February.

Organized teams must seek a permit from the Recreation Department before using town atheletic facilities.

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