Find Accessible Parks in Boston
Boston has many accessible parks available. We have a list of parks that are wheelchair accessible. These parks have elements of accessibility including parking, accessible walking paths, as well as public bathrooms.
Best Parks for Accessibility in Boston
Here are of the parks for accessibility in Boston, Brookline, Somerville and Cambridge that are open to the public:
Castle Island has wheelchair accessible parking, walking paths and a public restroom. It’s a great park for a scenic picnic.
The playground has accessible equipment for all children, along with accessible walking paths, and a public accessible restroom a short walk from the park.
Danehy Park is a sprawling park located in North Cambridge, and has accessible parking and paved paths.
Located in Allston, Herter Park has an accessible splash pad and wading pool, accessible parking spots, and paths.
Fresh Pond Reservation has a parking lot with handicap spots, and walking paths that are accessible.
A long path that runs through 4 separate neighborhoods, the linear park has wheelchair-accessible walking paths.
Boston Common has plenty of accessible walking paths, though it can get crowded.
The East Boston Greenway Connector runs through the Eastie neighborhood and has a wide paths.
Amory Playground has a parking lot with handicap spots, and walking paths in the park and wildlife conservation.
Jamaica Pond has handicap parking spots and a ramp that leads to the park. The paths are wide and very well maintained.
Menino Park and Playground in Charlestown has plenty of accessible playground equipment, and handicap parking. Plus, great views of Boston Harbor!
This park offers scenic views of Boston Harbor and the city skyline, and offers accessible parking, paths, and other considerations.