Newton Centre Playground

Established 1890, formerly Brewer Playground
81 Tyler Terrace, contiguous to Mason Rice School, Newton Centre, 17.9 acres

Large multi-use City park/playground located just outside of the village center
City’s first playground, originally designed by Olmsted Bros. firm in 1890
Includes Hammond Brook, Cochituate and Sudbury Aqueducts
Rehabilitation and Accessibility Plan, completed 2006
Jeannete West Recreation Center (“The Hut”): gym, activity rooms, restrooms
Large universal school-age play area with swings, fenced pre-school play area with swings
City’s only clay tennis courts (5), with practice backboard
Regulation baseball field, junior baseball field (Jay Gordon Field), elementary soccer fields (2), and full basketball court (lights)
On-street parking, accessible route from Mason-Rice School parking lot
Off-leash recreation area

Available Activities:  Playground  Tot Lot  Tennis  Basketball  Baseball  Softball  Soccer  Recreational Building  Volleyball   /images/parks/icons/OffLeash.jpg



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