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Marcus Suzanne
94 Pleasant St, Arlington, MA 02476
This psychotherapist focuses on marriage and family counseling. She assists clients with help for depression, anxiety,More grief, relationship issues, alcohol problems and drug problems. Fees run on a sliding scale.
Barbara Kleeman, Ph.D
37 Broadway, Arlington, MA 02474
Barbara Kleeman, Ph.D, focuses on marital and individual counseling. She also assists clients with depression, anxiety,More alcohol and drug issues. She has been in practice since 1986.
McClennen Park
664 Summer St, Arlington, MA 02474

Located near the Lexington line, McClennen Park includes two large playing fields, a small baseball diamond, walkingMore paths, a small sloped hill for sledding and a skatepark.

Users of the skate park, which includes ramps, grind rails and other obstacles, must wear helmets and other safety gear and may only use skateboards or inline skates. Alcohol, drugs and glass containers are prohibited.

A porta potty is located behind the playground.

Organized teams must request a field permit from the Arlington Recreation Department by calling 781-316-3880 before using town fields.

Spy Pond Park
50 Pond Ln, Arlington, MA 02474

Framed by picturesque Spy Pond on one side and the Minuteman Bikeway on the other, this skinny parkway has prettyMore much everything: picnic benches, small sandy beaches, swans and Canada geese (don't feed them), a boat launch for crew teams and stone steps to the pond for those who want to dip their feet.

In the mid-19th century, Spy Pond was the site of a major ice-harvesting operation, with trains carrying ice from the pond to the harbor and Boston for transport to ports throughout the world.  It was also home to powder house of the Arlington militia.

Today, Spy Pond Park is home to the Yood Park playground, which includes swings, slides and a jungle gym on woodchips. Parking is available in a lot off Pond Lane, but the spaces fill up quickly on a nice day. The Arlington Rowing Club keeps its boats on the opposite side of the bikeway and uses the pond for practices.

The park is a short walk from the Spy Pond Playground, which includes several playing fields and tennis courts.

Alcohol, cookouts, swimming and golf are prohibited.

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