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Visit Moakley Park

With opportunities for recreation, relaxation, and play, Moakley Park has something for every visitor to enjoy. Known for its many athletic facilities, Moakley Park regularly hosts local sports teams and clubs for a variety of activities including baseball, basketball, track and field, tennis, street hockey, soccer, lacrosse, cricket, and more. Playgrounds at the Dorothy Curran Children’s Park and at the Ollie Preschool welcome the youngest visitors to play and explore. Situated on the South Boston waterfront, Moakley Park boasts views of Boston Harbor and the Boston Harbor Islands, and it is steps away from DCR’s Carson Beach. Scroll down to learn more about hours and available activities in this 60-acre green space.


1005 Columbia Road, Boston, MA, 02127

Located on the edge of the South Boston and Dorchester neighborhoods, Moakley Park is accessible by foot from the surrounding communities and can also be accessed by public transportation on the MBTA Red Line and local bus routes. Visit for schedules and service information.

Getting to the Park

Public Transit

Park Facilities

Drinking fountains and bottle-filling stations are available in several locations throughout the park.

Port-o-potties are available for public use throughout the park. Restrooms with flush toilets are available seasonally between the hours of 10:00 AM and 7:00 PM at the Edward J. McCormack Bath House at Carson Beach, located on the opposite side of William J. Day Boulevard. Restrooms are also made available at the field house during certain scheduled games and events.

Getting around Moakley Park

Moakley Park Map

Park Rules, Regulations and Safety

Park rules and regulations are established by the the City of Boston Parks and Recreation Department in order to maintain the safety, well-being and enjoyment of all who use Moakley Park. Read the complete rules and regulations on the City of Boston website.