Pope John Paul II Park

Dorchester

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Pope John Paul II Park now offers picnicking, trails, and many soccer fields. Located next to the Neponset River, this park has scenic views and is also a good place to look for birds and wildlife. The open field space also makes it ideal to fly kites. There are also paths for walking, running, rollerblading or biking. There are also quiet parts for yoga or meditation.

This Park is Best For:

Pope John Paul II Park is typically best used for:

Walking

Running

Wildlife

Fishing

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Directions

The best way to get to Pope Joh Paul II Park is to drive – there is a parking lot, however, theĀ Fields Corner T station (red line) is under 10 minutes walking distance.

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