Olmsted Park is divided into two parts. The lower part of the park near Jamaica Plain includes open field space for multi-purpose sports and activities, including Daisy Field, which has 2 fields used for softball and little league. The lower part also has wooded area with many hiking trails. The upper part near Brookline contains a path that circles Leverett Pond. The park’s size makes it a great park for runners – both trail running and on walking paths. There are also a few bike paths within the park as well.
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To get to Olmsted Park in Boston, you can take the T, or drive. The Brookline Village T stop is pretty close to Leverett Pond and the Northside part of the park. For driving, there are a few park lots in the park (one in the north part and one in the south part next to the open field, and near Wards Pond.
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