Foss Park
GOOD FOR: All Ages

Source:Submitted by Guest
Address:Fellsway & Broadway, Somerville, MA 02144
Hours:Dawn to dusk
Fee: Free
Bathrooms: No year-round restrooms
Water/Snacks: No water available

Two playgrounds for different age groups satisfy the whole family

This is a great park with something for everyone. The park includes a dog park, tennis courts, baseball diamond, two playgorunds that cater to different age groups, and a wading pool that is open in the summer. The park is entirely stroller and wheelchair accessible, with a paved path running through the park.

Plan B:

Head to Sullivan Square for shops and transportation.

Where to Eat Nearby:

There is a Super Stop and Shop and a Dunkin' Donuts about a block away



By: Guest
Posted: 05/31/2018 06:12

The image seems to be very impressive. I think it’s a perfect destination for all those who are planning a family outing. Where is it actually located as I haven’t heard of this before?tv providers

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By: Guest
Posted: 03/25/2018 06:01

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By: Guest
Posted: 02/13/2018 06:46

The Foss Park is one of the best choices if you have small and adult children. This park satisfy both age students as they have Two playgrounds for different age groups satisfy the whole family. Chrome browser issues Thanks for sharing news about the wonderful place.


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By: Guest
Posted: 02/09/2018 02:21

The place seems to be good for vacationing. I think every kid will like the place. I am planning to visit this place next month with my family and friends. And so please share the location details here. more info here

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By: Guest
Posted: 02/01/2018 04:05

Involving children in these sorts of activities helps to increase their interests in these sorts of outdoor activities and make a nice hobby for them to actually care for nature. I recommend everyone to do the same with their children.  dc tours

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By: Guest
Posted: 01/30/2018 05:07

Different parks are situated in most of the places around us for the students and kids to come and play. They can enjoy their holidays by going to these places and enjoying the different rides and other programs conducted by the authorities. internet explorer not responding

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