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Parks & Recreation

The Parks & Recreation Department provides residents and visitors with clean, green, safe, and accessible open space in more than 2,600 acres of park land throughout the city.

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    Troops for Fitness

    As part of the Coca-Cola Troops for Fitness program, the Boston Parks and Recreation Department will offer free workshops and classes instructed by U.S. military veterans at parks and community centers citywide. The health and wellness program is made possible by the Coca-Cola Foundation and the National Parks and Recreation Association. Click on the link below for the schedule of fitness events.

    Troops for Fitness Oct. & Nov. Calendar »

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    Find a City of Boston Park!

    Looking for the address of a City of Boston park?  Or would you like to see park names by neighborhood?  Take a look at our inventory listing parks, playgrounds, urban wilds, cemeteries, and squares under the jurisdiction of the Boston Parks and Recreation Department.

    2014 Park Inventory »

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  • See a listing of upcoming events at Boston's Parks.

    View Events Calendar »

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  • The public is invited to provide input to the Parks Department through community meetings.

    View Upcoming Meetings »

Videos & Multimedia »


  • Adams Park Ribbon Cutting
    Mayor Walsh celebrates the ribbon cutting of the newly renovated Adams Park in Roslindale.Watch Video »
  • Boston Area Church League Luncheon
    Mayor Walsh attends the Boston Area Church League Luncheon, where he accepts the Ted Williams Award and delivers the keynote address.Watch Video »

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