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Parks & Gardens
  • Ash Street Conservation Lands
    100 Ash St, Weston, MA 02493
    The Ash Street Conservation Lands span 60 acres and include the Weston Reservoir. There are several trails withMore entrances on Ash Street on either side of the reservoir. Dogs are permitted, but must be leashed or under voice control at all times, and their waste must be picked up. Horses, bikes and motorized vehicles are not allowed. 
  • Blaney Aquifer
    Wellesley St & Sylvan Ln, Weston, MA 02493
    Blaney Aquifer, affiliated with the Weston Forest & Trail Association, is 65 acres of land withMore trails and streams. It is accessible directly off Wellesley Street near Sylvan Lane, with very limited parking on Sylvan Lane. Dog walking is permitted, but dogs must be leashed or under voice command at all times. Professional dog walkers with more than three dogs must have all pets leashed at all times.
  • Burchard Park at College Pond
    269 Concord Rd, Weston, MA 02493
    Burchard Park at College Pond offers softball and baseball playing fields. It serves at the home field of the WestonMore Little league. 
  • Cat Rock
    95 Drabbington Way, Weston, MA 02493
    Cat Rock, which includes Cat Rock Hill and 80 Acres, spreads out over 144 acres with several scenic trails. There is aMore baseball field at the trail head, and parking is available at the end of Drabbington Way. Dog walking is permitted, but dogs must be leashed or under voice command at all times. Professional dog walkers with more than three dogs must have all pets leashed at all times.
  • Chestnut Street and Woodland School Area
    10 Alphabet Ln, Weston, MA 02493
    Covering 39 acres, the Chestnut Street and Woodland School Area has several trails that lead onto Woodland School,More Chestnut Street and Davenport Road, which is a private way. Dogs must be leashed or under voice control. Bicycles are allowed when the ground is hard. Parking is available at Woodland School and at the end of Davenport Road.
  • Coburn Meadow
    Viles St & Lantern Ln, Weston, MA 02493
    Coburn Meadow has several outlets, some off Church Street, Viles Road and one at the end of Lantern Lane. Parking is notMore available at Lantern Lane, but there is a lot by the railroad tracks on Church Street. There is a baseball field at the corner of Viles and Brook Roads. Dog walking is permitted, but dogs must be leashed or under voice command at all times. Professional dog walkers with more than three dogs must have all pets leashed at all times.
  • Cold Stream Brook and Hubbard Trail
    95 Gail Rd, Weston, MA 02493
    Cold Stream Brook and the Hubbard Trail are both accessible by paths at Burt Field, located at the end of Gail Road.More There is a small parking lot and a baseball field. Dog walking is permitted, but dogs must be leashed or under voice command at all times. Professional dog walkers with more than three dogs must have all pets leashed at all times.
  • College Conservation Area
    Concord Rd & Merriam St, Weston, MA 02493
    The College Conservation Area is behind Concord Road and Merriam Street, with entrances located on the sides of bothMore streets. Very limited parking is available on the side of Concord Road. Dog walking is permitted, but dogs must be leashed or under voice command at all times. Professional dog walkers with more than three dogs must have all pets leashed at all times.
  • Doublet Hill
    80 Doublet Hill Rd, Weston, MA 02493
    This conservation land includes Doublet Hill, Hemlock Pond and Elliston Woods, and has several trails that are suitableMore for hiking or mountain biking when dry. The area also includes Burt Field, a baseball field. There is an entrance with a parking lot at the end of Doublet Hill Road, which is also where the baseball field is located. Dogs must be leashed or under voice control at all times.
  • Forbes Conservation Land and Sears Land
    Church St & Coburn Rd, Weston, MA 02493

    Trails for the Sears Land and Forbes Conservation Land, a small parcel adjacent to the Sears Land, can be picked upMore at the old railroad station off Church Street. Some of the trails follow the old abandoned railroad tracks. Dog walking is permitted, but dogs must be leashed or under voice command at all times. Professional dog walkers with more than three dogs must have all pets leashed at all times.

     

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