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McLennan Park
664 Summer St, Arlington, MA 02474
McLennan Park is a public park. It has open space for recreation as well as a playground and skateboarding ramps.More Additional features include multiple soccer fields, a little league field as well as a walking trail. Ample parking is available.
Holovak & Coughlin Sporting Goods
14 Mill St, Arlington, MA 02476
Holovak & Coughlin is a complete sporting goods destination. Whether you are interested in hockey, football, soccerMore or running, you can find everything you are looking for here, including padding, name brand sneakers and apparel.
Sports Etc
1303 Massachusetts Ave, Arlington, MA 02476
Sports Etc has been one of New England's hockey leaders since 1980. Its professional and experienced staff is availableMore to help customers with all ice skate and hockey needs. A selection of lacrosse, baseball, softball, soccer, roller blades and more is also available, as well as a wide range of screen printing and embroidery services.
Florence Field
185 Florence Ave, Arlington, MA 02476

Located adjacent to the Dallin School, Florence Field includes a baseball diamond, basketball court, soccer field andMore two separate playgrounds: an antique set with swings and slides on woodchips, and a somewhat newer playground on sand.

Parking is available on the street.

Organized teams must request a field permit from the Arlington Recreation Department by calling 781-316-3880 before using town fields. Closed during inclement weather, call 781-316-3886 for field closure information.

Spy Pond Playground
99 Pond Ln, Arlington, MA 02474

This park includes a large soccer field, baseball diamond and four tennis courts; but, its most remarkable feature isMore the large concrete bleachers built into the hillside overlooking Spy Pond.

The field is also adjacent to the Minuteman Bikeway and a few hundred feet from Spy Pond Park, which offers a playground, boat ramp, benches and a baseball diamond overlooking the pond.

Park hours are 5am to 9pm; tennis courts open at 9am on Sunday. Play on the courts is limited to one hour when other players are waiting.

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

Hill's Hill
422 Summer St, Arlington, MA 02474

Hill's Hill includes two soccer fields just past Buck Field at the Arlington Recreation Sports Center, which is alsoMore home to the Summer Street Field and Veterans Memorial Rink. The entire complex is adjacent to the Minuteman Bikeway.

A porta potty is located near the Veterans Rink parking lot.

Organized teams must request a field permit from the Arlington Recreation Department by calling 781-316-3880 before using town fields. Closed during inclement weather, call 781-316-3886 for field closure information.

Magnolia Field
42 Herbert Rd, Arlington, MA 02474

Located just northeast of Thorndike Field and the Minuteman Bikeway, this park offers a sandy playground with slides,More swings and basketball court, as well as a large field for soccer or lacrosse. Popular with children and babysitters alike, the playground is often littered with buckets, dump trucks and other plastic toys.

Golfing is prohibited on the field, and organized teams must request a field permit from the Arlington Recreation Department by calling 781-316-3880. A fenced community garden is located in the north most corner of the park.

Parking on nearby Herbert Road is very limited, but additional parking can be found in a small lot off Margaret Street, between Magnolia and Thorndike fields.

Reservoir Beach
250 Lowell St, Arlington, MA 02474

This summertime favorite features a sandy beach beside a chlorinated and filtered pool built into the ArlingtonMore Reservoir, which straddles the Arlington-Lexington line on the north end of town. The beach is open from 10 a.m. to dusk, late June 22 to late August and is supervised by certified life guards.

Beach-goers must buy a tag to enter the facility and present proof of residency to avoid paying an out-of-town fee. Summer passes are also available, and swimming lessons are provided for a fee. For full information, go to the Recreation Department's website.

The beach park also has a small sandy playground with swings and slides. Bikes, pets, ball playing, throwing discs and toys are prohibited in the beach area. Children under 12 must have adult supervision.

The beach is also on a 0.9-mile path that circles the reservoir and connects with Hurd Field, a park off Drake Road with two baseball diamonds and a soccer field, and Rindge Park, a shady Lexington park with a small playground overlooking the reservoir.

Robbins Farm Park
61 Eastern Ave, Arlington, MA 02476

With it's rolling hills, sprawling playground and sweeping views of the Boston skyline, Robbins Farm is a trueMore Arlington treasure. Before becoming a park, the land was farmed for generations by members of the Robbins family, the last of whom, Nathan Robbins, was known to invite town children to play in his fields and orchards. The park was established in 1942 and rededicated in 2003 after significant renovations.

These days, one of the park's top attractions for Arlington children is a pair of long slides built into the hillside above its sprawling woodchip playground, which includes swings, slides and several unusual features, including a child-sized tractor and barn made of wood. Uphill from the playground, park goers will find basketball courts, a baseball diamond and large level playing field for soccer. The farm is also adjacent to the Brackett School playground, which is closed to the public during schools hours.

A popular site for kiting, Robbins Farm also plays host to summertime movies and the town's Fourth of July celebration. The park is supported by the Friends of Robbins Farm Park, which maintains a Web site www.robbinsfarmpark.org. The site includes updates on renovation projects as well as information about the various far-off points visible from the park.

The park is also home to the Robbins Farm Garden, a cooperative agriculture education project. The group maintains a Web site at www.robbinsfarmgarden.org.

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