Cutler Park Reservation

12 Brainard St.
Hyde Park, MA 02136

This six hundred-acre reservation is administered by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation. Formerly the water supply site for the town of Newton, Cutler Park was acquired by the DCR, formerly MDC, in 1962 with the help of State Senator Leslie B. Cutler. Today this public park protects the largest remaining freshwater marsh on the middle Charles River, provides flood control, and also provides passive recreation for thousands of visitors.

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