Beaver Brook Reservation
|Beaver Brook Reservation|
|Metropolitan Park System of Greater Boston|
|Area||59 acres (24 ha) |
|Management||Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation|
Beaver Brook Reservation is a Massachusetts state park located in Belmont and Waltham. The park is managed by the Department of Conservation and Recreation. It was the first reservation established by the Metropolitan Park Commission in 1893.
A portion of the reservation comprises land once owned by Robert Morris Copeland whose 19th-century home sits within the park. Other points of historical interest include the remains of a 19th-century fulling mill.
- Bike Path
- Educational/Interpretive Programs
- First Aid
- Historic Site
- Playing Fields
- Tot Lot