Curzon Mill Rd., Newburyport
The former Moseley family estate on the Merrimack River, this park features 19th century gardens and plantings, rolling meadows, towering pines, and one of the largest naturally-occurring stands of mountain laurel in Massachusetts. Most breathtaking are the ornamental trees and masses of azaleas and rhododendrons that bloom in May and June. An exquisite place for walking, biking, horseback riding and informal picnics. Special Use Permits may be obtained for wedding ceremonies and similar programs.
Cultural events are a regular feature during the summer. During the winter a portion of the park is off limits due to roosting bald eagles, but the remainder provides excellent cross country skiing and winter walks.
The Parking Fee at Maudslay State Park is $2.00. Annual Passes are available for purchase.
Maudslay State Park is located in north-eastern Massachusetts, on the North Shore.
From North and South: Take Rte. 95, exit 57 to Rte. 113 east. Follow 113 east for half a mile and turn left on Noble St. At stop sign turn left onto Ferry Rd., bear left at fork and follow signs.
From West: Take I-495 exit 55 to Rte. 110 east. At third light take right onto Merrill Street. Continue on Merrill St./Spofford St. for 1.5 miles. Turn right before stop sign onto Ferry Rd., follow signs.
- Accessible Restrooms
- Bike Paths
- Group Day Use
- Historic Site
- Horseback Riding Trails
- Mountain Biking
- Scenic Viewing Area
- Skiing (Cross-Country)
- Walking Trails
Educational & Interpretive Opportunities
- Education, Interpretation & Visitor Services
- Outreach Programs
- Park Resources
- Self-Guided Brochures