Newton Park and Conservation Lands
||Hunnewell Woods and Park
LOCATION: Newton Corner
Newton Conservators trail map (Buy a copy of our trail guide)
and driving directions on Google Maps for entrances at:
Newton Street (Brighton) Grasmere Street
Other maps and aerial
photos: Newton Assessor Bing
SIZE: Woods, 1.7 acres; Park, 4.8 acres
LONGEST WALK: 0.6 miles
ACQUIRED: Woods, 1979; Park, 1969
Park - Parks and Recreation
Woods - Conservation Commission
Park featuring wildflowers, deciduous
trees and typical suburban wildlife. Path along
wooded slope leads to a playground.
The park includes an off-leash dog area.
||Land likely farmed by early Newton
settlers, who lived near Washington Street
between Newton Corner and Oak Square.
||City sold northern parcel for turnpike
||After nearby residents petitioned for a
playground, the City repurchased part of the parcel.