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Riverside Park
Riverside St & Highland Ave, Needham, MA 02494
Though small in size, Riverside Park offers park-goers a children's playground and spacious field. Parking can be foundMore adjacent to the park.
Mitchell School Park
187 Brookline St, Needham, MA 02492
The park at Mitchell School features a basketball court, two youth diamonds and a playground. Visitors can find parkingMore off of Brookline Ave. and Lindbergh Ave.
Avery Field
Webster St & Highland Ave, Needham, MA 02494
Visitors to Avery Field will find a large open space fit for dog walking or tossing around a frisbee. During warmerMore months, Needham youths can be seen playing on the park's baseball diamond. The park abuts a private condominium and drivers are asked not to park in the condo spaces. Parking, instead, can be found on Webster Street. Needham Park and Recreation maintains the park and asks that visitors keep dogs on a leash.
Memorial Park
92 Rosemary St, Needham, MA 02494

With stately Needham High School perched atop the hill beside it, Memorial Park offers a plethora of activities forMore those who visit. The recently renovated park often finds athletes utilizing the two baseball diamonds, as well as the multiuse synthetic field, all of which are lit up at night. During warmer months, live music is played at the park's gazebo.

As its name implies, Memorial Park also pays tribute to veterans through a granite monument, plaques and American flags. As one inscription reads, the park is dedicated to the "men and women of Needham who served the armed forces of our great country in all wars."

Avery Park Condominiums
760 Highland Ave, Needham Heights, MA 02494
The Avery Park Condominiums are located on Highland Avenue between Route 128 and Needham Heights. The building wasMore originally the Avery School.
Needham Park and Recreation
500 Dedham Avenue, Needham, MA 02492
The Park and Recreation Department provides year-round recreation opportunities and leisure services to the residents.More The phone number is 781-455-7521 and the director is Patricia M. Carey.
Broadmeadow School Park
120 Broad Meadow Rd, Needham, MA 02492
The Needham Park and Recreational Department-maintained fields behind Broadmeadow School feature two youth-sizedMore baseball diamonds and playground facilities. One facility is for little children, ages 3-5, and another area is set-up for the bigger kids, ages 5-12. Visitors are asked to park in the lower lot off of Broadmeadow Road, just to the right of the school.
Hersey Train Station
Great Plain Ave & Broad Meadow Rd, Needham, MA 02492

Located in a more residential part of town than its counterparts, this train stop is part of the Needham line andMore located in Zone 2. There are 322 parking spaces available, including eight handicapped accessible spaces. There is also space for 11 bikes. The rate to park a motor vehicle is $4 per day.

The Town of Needham is responsible for parking lot snow removal, maintenance and fee collection. Email customerservice@mbcr.net regarding station and platform snow removal, cleanliness and maintenance issues.

Greene's Field
Pickering St & Great Plain Ave, Needham, MA 02492
Efforts in recent years by dedicated residents have thus far saved Greene's Field from being demolished. Due to theMore park's sparing, visitors here have the opportunity to take in a Little League game, take part in a pick-up game of basketball or make use of the area's open field. The site also includes a large playground (designed for ages 7 to 12) and a picnic area. In addition, gaslights dot a walking path near the edge of the park. Motorists must park on Pickering Street.
Needham Center Train Station
Great Plain Ave & Eaton Sq, Needham, MA 02492

Tucked behind a row of shops in the heart of town, this train stop is part of the Needham line and located in Zone 2.More There are 36 parking spaces available, including two handicapped accessible spaces. There is also space for six bikes. The rate to park a motor vehicle is $4 per day.

The Town of Needham is responsible for parking lot snow removal, maintenance and fee collection. Email customerservice@mbcr.net regarding station and platform snow removal, cleanliness and maintenance issues.

Needham Junction Train Station
51 Junction St, Needham, MA 02492

This train stop on Junction Street is part of the Needham line and located in Zone 2. There are 175 parking spacesMore available, including four handicapped accessible spaces. There is also space for six bikes. The rate to park a motor vehicle is $4 per day.

The Town of Needham is responsible for parking lot snow removal, maintenance and fee collection. Email customerservice@mbcr.net regarding station and platform snow removal, cleanliness and maintenance issues.

Needham Heights Train Station
95 West St, Needham, MA 02494

Adjacent to a highly trafficked section of Highland Avenue, this stop on West Street is part of the Needham trainMore line and located in Zone 2. There are 243 parking spaces available, including one handicapped accessible space. There is also space for six bikes. The rate to park a motor vehicle is $4 per day.

The Town of Needham is responsible for parking lot snow removal, maintenance and fee collection. Email customerservice@mbcr.net regarding station and platform snow removal, cleanliness and maintenance issues.

CVS Pharmacy
936 Highland Ave, Needham Heights, MA 02494
Located on Highland Avenue, with street parking and a good-sized parking lot around back, this CVS has all the amenitiesMore of the chain, including a pharmacy and photo shop. The store is clean and organized as well as fully-staffed. The workers are friendly and willing to help you find products—though, the layout is similar to a CVS anywhere else.
Heights Common
Highland Ave & West St, Needham Heights, MA 02494

The Heights Common is a small park abutting the Needham Heights MBTA station.

A tall pine resides in the park,More along with benches and a water fountain.

Hemlock Gorge Reservation
1 Hamilton Pl, Needham, MA 02494

Comprised of land in Needham and Newton, this 23-acre reservation is book ended by the massive Echo Bridge and theMore smaller waterfalls that encompass the gorge. The park's name derives from the abundance of Hemlock trees that dot the landscape.

The granite and brick Echo Bridge that stands above the Charles River was originally constructed in 1877 by the Boston Water Works. At the time, it was the second largest masonry arch in the country. Visitors today can walk across the bridge, gaining a view of the Charles below.

The park is open year round from dawn to dusk. Parking can be found on Hamilton Place.

The Great Places in Massachusetts Commission named Hemlock Gorge as one of its 1,000 places to visit in Massachusetts.