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Maudslay State Park

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Maudslay has wide trails for biking, walking, cross-country skiing, and horseback riding. It borders the Merrimac River, so you can walk or ride along the western side of the park. The park features 19th century gardens and plantings, meadows, tall pines, and one of the largest strands of mountain laurel in Massachusetts. The ornamental trees, azaleas and rhododendrons that bloom in May and June are very popular to view and photograph. The park does not open until 8AM and closes at sunset.

Location: Curzon's Mill Road, Newburyport Massachusetts 01950 Telephone 508-465-7223

Other Massachusetts State Parks nearby:
(Topsfield) Bradley Palmer State Park
(Natick) Cochituate State Park
(Andover) Harold Parker State Park
(Lowell) Lowell-Dracut-Tryngsboro State Forest
(Newburyport) Maudslay State Park
(Ipswich) Sandy Point State Reservation

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