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Beaver Brook Reservation

Beaver Brook Reservation
66 Mill Street
617-727-5380

The first reservation established by the Metropolitan Parks Commission (later the MDC) in 1893, Beaver Brook Reservation is 59 acres of open fields, wetlands and woodlands. Ponds, fields, marsh, and a cascading waterfall make the park's north section a delightful place to walk or picnic. The more developed south section features ballfields, a wading pool, and a tot lot. Beaver Brook's historic significance includes reminders of its past; the remains of a 19th century fulling mill, the historic Robert Morris Copeland House (c.1835) and a monument to the Waverly Oaks, perhaps the most famous trees of the 1890's.

Activities

Walking
Beaver Brook's assortment of natural features make it a wonderful place for an evening stroll.

All Activities at Beaver Brook Reservation

Biking
Fishing
Hiking
Mountain biking

Facilities at Beaver Brook Reservation

Athletic fields
Basketball
Tennis
Educational programs
Picnic areas
Playgrounds
Restrooms
Spray decks & wading pools



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