The Southwest Corridor Park is a linear park that connects neighbors from Back Bay to Forest Hills, with multi-modal, bicycle and walking pathways, gardens, playgrounds, spray decks, and facilities for basketball, tennis, skateboarding and more, along with city skyline views and abundant natural beauty and a rich history. Browse our Southwest Corridor Park Alliance site to learn about the volunteer network, park activities, park history, and other facets of this urban treasure.
Southwest Corridor Park Conservancy
In the South End, the Southwest Corridor Park Conservancy raises funds and coordinates volunteers to steward the South End/Back Bay section of the park. Connect with the Conservancy and support their work at https://corridorpark.org.
Mass. Dept. of Conservation and Recreation
The Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) is the state parks agency, managing the Southwest Corridor Park. Visit the DCR website at mass.gov/dcr and read about the current Southwest Corridor Park Action Plan work at https://www.mass.gov/info-details/southwest-corridor-park-action-plan.
Volunteer / Contacts
Go to the Volunteer / Contact page to connect with additional organizations within the park's volunteer network.
Community involvement in the park is supported through the Southwest Corridor Park Conservancy (SWCPC), which is a nonprofit group, and the Southwest Corridor Park Alliance (formerly PMAC), which is the advisory board, in partnership with the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR).
Annual Meeting Please enjoy this narrated slideshow from our annual meeting. Read more on the Annual Report page.