Ways to Enjoy the Park
Maudslay State Park features 19th century gardens, rolling meadows, and one of the largest naturally-occurring stands of mountain laurel in Mass. It is a wonderful place to walk (dog friendly on a leash), bike ride, snowshoe, run, or enjoy the equestrian trails with you favorite horse. You may want to think about a family picnic! Educational programs are offered in the summer (please contact Park Headquarters at 978-465-7223).
The Park is very expansive. For those that are not accustomed to the trails, we would suggest downloading the map to help navigate your way around. Please click here for the pdf map.
"What's in Bloom"
The Park has splendid beauty, especially in the Spring. Please click here for recent activity.
Please use this calendar as a way to stay current with events going on the Park. It is intended to inform you of what may be happening on a particular day, and to help make you aware of days of heavy visitor traffic. This can be very important to those that use the Park for equestrian pleasure.
Click here to access Calendar.
Formal Garden Walls Restoration
Please click here to view more information about the significant restoration project.
Photo: Courtesy of Jeff Page
Maudslay Art Center
MAC is often described as a "mini-Tanglewood". Whether you are sitting under the stars on a moonlit evening or lounging on a blanket on a Sunday afternoon, the Maudslay summer concert provides the perfect setting for your entertainment pleasure. Click here for their website.
Theater in the Open
As a professional company that produces free outdoor theater, each work is a gift to the Greater Newburyport community. The gift of a story, of a laugh, of imagination. The gift of time spent with family and friends. Considering joining TITO as they explore the art of storytelling out in the open- from traditional tales, to classic works, to original products. Click here for more information.