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Originally named Leverett Park, in 1900 it was renamed to honor its designer, Frederick Law Olmsted.
Watch out for massive amounts of goose poop and the geese that leave it will attack your dogs ;)
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Larz Anderson Park
292-334 Goddard Avenue
"One of the most favorite places in Greater Boston where we often spend afternoons in warm seasons. They have a fenced playground with equipments and a big beautiful pond you can see lots of geese!"
Route 9 (Lee St.)
"A great spot for runners, walkers, and fishers alike. There's also a controversial landmark - Brookline Reservoir Pump House - that people have bickered over preserving for years. Check it out!"
Corey Hill Outlook
Corey Hill Outlook Park (Summit Ave)
"The view is overrated, the trees block the skyline of the city but it is a romantic spot with benches and a sundial."
""A great place to take a ride on your bike or go for a stroll. Fishing is available for those with a MA fishing license, and sailboats and rowboats are available for hourly rent in the summer months.""
Created by J F13 items • 16 followers
Parks in Boston
Created by Courtney Carroll11 items • 2 followers
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