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Maudslay State Park Interpretive Programs

Suggested hike and ride routes that we think visitors might enjoy

Hikes & Rides

Introductory hikes or rides are relatively short and appropriate for most users, including families with children. Signature hikes and rides are recommended trail experiences that may be longer or more difficult, but that highlights some of the best features of this State Park.

Suggested Hikes & Rides

  • Introductory Equestrian Ride Ride the Bridle Paths
  • Introductory Walk Explore Maudslay's natural and historic landscapes
  • Signature Hike Merrimack River Trail

Additional Resources for Hikes & Rides

Maudslay in Bloom

Maudslay’s laurels have covered the banks of the Merrimack River for centuries. From 1849 to 1870, Mr. and Mrs. William Ashby of Newburyport hosted annual literary parties at the Laurel Grounds called the “Feast of Flowers.” Guests included such famous figures as John Greenleaf Whittier, who composed several poems about the site.

Additional Resources for Maudslay in Bloom

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