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Conveniently located near Rte. 95 with bathroom facilities, this huge State Park located near the Merrimack River has nice wide dirt trails to hike or bike or walk the dog. Great trailside views of the Merrimack River! Bring a picnic lunch and sit along a...More
Maudslay State Park was once an estate and the remains are there to explore. Pathways are maintained. Views of the Merrimack River are really nice. You can picnic here either by blanket or picnic tables. Bathroom facilities are clean. Dogs are welcomed and doggie bags...More
We enjoyed a nice stroll through the park on a sunny day. Plenty of places to enjoy a picnic, and some great views.
The park is large and we only saw a small part of it. The lawns, trees and flowers were all in good...More
A nephew and niece-to-be chose the.park as a backdrop for wedding photos. It suited the purpose admirably—wide expanses of meadow and vintage trees interspersed with avenues of cedar and rhododendron. There are picnic tables scattered around and about— an excellent for a pastoral repast.
Maudslay Park was once a proud estate of wealthy investment advisor Frederick Mosely who had family ties that dated back into the early 1,600's. Mosely purchased the estate in the mid 1800's. The 450 acres once had extensive gardens and beautiful mansions that are now...More
The Maudslay State Park has a variety of natural plants, winding walking trails, small stone built bridges, vast stands of mountain laurel, all encased within pine trees. There are small paths that will lead you down to the Merrimack River. From there you will have...More
We were visiting the area for a long weekend and wanted a place to get a hike/walk in. We stopped here as the Merrimack River trail seemed good. We really enjoyed this trail and were very happy we found it. It was pretty flat and...More