Dedicated to the support of Maudslay State Park


Formerly called Maudesleigh, the 480 acre horticultural and agricultural estate was owned by the Moseley Family from 1900 until 1985 when it became the property of the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation

During it's heyday, a staff of 40 tended to the Main House, the Helen Moseley House, the houses for the Coachman, the Forester and the Head Gardener as well as three greenhouses and hot houses.  While most of the buildings are gone, espaliered fruit trees, a formal vegetable and cutting garden, a 500 foot perennial border, an Italian garden, rose garden, and collection of rhododendrons, azaleas, and specimen trees in addition to the laurels that occurred naturally on the estate are still here.

Miles of carriage roads and walking trails crisscross throughout the property over stone arch bridges, past a flowering reflection pond and through spectacular fields and meadows.  All of this requires hard work and support, both physical and financial.

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   Upcoming Events at the Park


During the course of the year, many events are sponsored by the various support groups, including the MSPA, the Garden Committee and the Equestrian Group, that support the upkeep and functioning of the Park in all its many facets.  All of these events need your support.  Check out our News and Links Page to keep up to date on what is happening at the Park.

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Maudslay State Park Association is a 501(c)3 organization in Massachusetts.  Donations are tax deductible as allowable by law


Theater In The Open At Maudslay

 A Theater In The Open Production at Maudslay

Eagle Wintering Area

The Park is the winter home to a large population of American Bald Eagles.  A section along the Merrimack River is closed off during the winter months to protect their wintering habitat.