VISITOR'S CENTER

RANGER PROGRAMS

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Pets are always welcome on leash and must be picked up after.

$25-$100 Fine

(By-law C.21, S.3)

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Little Explorers - Late Spring

Young explorers ages 2-5 are invited to discover nature with Ranger Christine at Endicott Park. Classes will focus on seasonal nature themes, such as seeds, habitats, ponds, animal sounds, and much more! Click here for details.

Monthly Nature Presentations

Looking for an exciting and educational way to spend time with your family?  Join Ranger Christine at Endicott Park for one of our monthly nature presentations. Click here for the details.

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Endicott Park makes a beautiful background for your personal photos.  Please note that all for-hire photography on Town property requires approval through our permit process.  

Click here for details.

Endicott Adventures

Children in grades K – 3 are invited to spend their vacation week learning about wildlife and exploring Endicott Park with Ranger Christine.  Click here for the details.

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DIRECTIONS AND MAPS

We are located on Forest Street in Danvers MA.

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DIRECTIONS TO ENDICOTT PARK

 

From Route 128

In Danvers take exit for Route 62 West. Follow Route 62 for approximately two miles. Take a left onto Forest Street. Continue for 0.4 miles, Endicott Park is on the right.

 

From Route 1 or I-95

In Danvers take exit for Route 62 East. Take a right onto Forest Street (just after the Danvers Animal Hospital). Continue on Forest Street for 0.4 miles. Endicott Park is on the right.

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Located in northeast Massachusetts, in the Town of Danvers, Endicott Park encompasses 165 acres, and is home to some of the most unique and varied recreational land on the North Shore.

 

The park’s varied landscape includes horse pastures, fields and meadows, historic farm buildings, orchards, woodlands, and marshes, with a network of trails and dirt roads for stress free and stroller friendly exploration of the park.

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