Maudslay State Park
Nature’s Gift to Newburyport
Miles of meadows and walking trails
Nothing compares to the 19th century gardens, meadows and trails of Maudslay State Park.
The former Moseley family estate, Maudslay is a historic site located along the Merrimack River in Newburyport, Massachusetts.
From rhododendrons in bloom to horseback riding, there is something for everyone at this impressive New England natural resource, including family picnics and a variety of renowned hiking trails.
There is a small charge for parking, or you can purchase annual passes. Permits for weddings and special occasions are also available.
The Park also features amazing cultural events held regularly throughout the summer at the Maudslay Arts Center, while the winter months are perfect for watching bald eagles roost, cross country skiing with your dogs and of course, sledding!
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.