Bringing the Community Together: 4 Must-See Parks in the South End

It’s no doubt we love the South End for its versatile dining, artsy vibe and beautiful condos and lofts. But what makes this historic Boston neighborhood extra special is the great sense of community, especially during the warm summer months. After all, what better way to spend your spare time than by catching some fresh air and sunshine?

So go ahead and gather your friends, family, neighbors (and even your dogs) and head to one of these four South End parks!

[source; Peters Park]

Peters Park, 1145 Washington Street
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Titus Sparrow Park, 200 W Newton Street
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O’Day Playground, 85 W Newton Street
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Community Gardens on Berkeley, Berkeley Street & Tremont Street
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