Stony Brook Reservation
GOOD FOR: All Ages

Source:Submitted by Guest
Address:Turtle Pond Parkway, West Roxbury, Hyde Park.
Hours:Dawn to Dusk
Fee: Free

DCR MassParks Stony Brook Reservation 617-333-7404



Bathrooms: No bathrooms
Water/Snacks: No water or snacks available.

Over 10 miles of trails with year-round recreation opportunities.

beautiful paved paths

Stony Brook Reservation is a large park with over 10 miles of hiking trails and biking paths. Parking is available. On the southern end of the reservatio there are soccer and baseball fields, tennis courts, picnic areas, and a pool.  In the winter, take advantage of the ice skating rink at the park. In the warmer months, fishing is allowed at Turtle Pond.  Many of the paths are stroller accessible.

Plan B:

Head to the Franklin Park Zoo.

Where to Eat Nearby:

Five Guys (170 Providence Highway, Dedham, MA 02026)



By: Guest
Posted: 12/27/2017 05:53

Visiting such parks are really different feeling and I had visited here once. We will get free pass but we have to carry sufficient water and refreshment items. It is such a good place that need many changes or facilities and hope others also will enjoy it.

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By: Guest
Posted: 11/10/2017 06:11

Through this article, I came to know about this Stony Brook Reservation. It’s a huge park having 10 miles of hiking trails and biking paths. But no bathroom and water facility will definitely ignore people to come there. I think kids outdooring was difficult in such areas. Wrapleaf glass bongs online

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