Beaver Brook Reservation
Beaver Brook Reservation is a 59-acre park made up of open fields, woodland and wetlands. The park includes bike paths that become cross country skiing tracks, playing fields, trails and a covered area for picnics. It was once the home of a stand of famous ancient oaks (the Waverly Oaks) and a 19th century fulling mill. The reservation is also home to wildlife, a cascading waterfall, long trails and streams that are part of the Charles River basin. The reservation is part of the state's Department of Conservation and Recreation.
- Hours: Dawn to dusk
- Handicap Accessible: A ramp provides access.
- Parking: Free lot, On-street: free
- Are there any interesting facts about this location?: One of the first reservations created in the United States by the Metropolitan Parks Commission in 1893, it is also home to the Waverly Oaks.
- Features: Athletic fields, Picnic pavilions, Picnic tables, Playgrounds
- Services: Restrooms
- Restrictions: No alcohol, No fires, No smoking
- Wi-Fi: None
- Area: 59 acres