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Endicott Park


Christopher Sanborn
Director of Natural Resources

57 Forest Street
Danvers, MA 01923


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Effective June 3, 2021, Endicott Park is now fully open to visitors including all buildings, facilities and playground.  

We are excited to welcome our visitors back in compliance with the State’s reopening plan. Non-vaccinated individuals are advised to continue wearing face masks and to continue distancing in most settings.  

Park Hours: 9am-Dusk


Dog Park Closed

We’re pleased to announce an anticipated construction start date the week of July 12th for planned renovations to the Danvers Dog Park.  In order to assure the safety of our park users and minimize construction delays, it will be necessary to close the dog park during the renovations for a period of approximately seven (7) weeks.

These improvements are meant to primarily address accessibility and migration of the stone surfacing.  There will be other improvements associated with these renovations aimed at user comfort.  While we strive to address all of our users concerns, we are limited by budget and conditions associated with the park’s proximity to the wetlands.  We will continue to monitor conditions and make improvements based on recommendations by you, the users.

Dog owners are reminded that dogs must be leashed at all times in other areas of Endicott Park and the town in general.  Violators may be subject to a $25.00 fine in accordance to Town By-Law XXI for violation of the leash law.

Thank you for your patience and understanding as we work to complete these renovations as quickly and safely as possible.

Welcome to Endicott Park

Visitor's Center @ Endicott Park

Endicott Park's 165 acres is home to some of the most unique and varied recreational land on the North Shore. The park’s landscape includes pastoral views, historic farm buildings, orchards, woodlands, and marshes, with a network of trails and gravel roads for stress free exploration of the park. Passive recreation activities for all ages abound, ranging from hiking, fishing, picnicking and enjoying the playground in the warmer months, to sledding, cross country skiing, and snowshoeing in the winter.


Spotting wildlife throughout the year is not uncommon and can include species such as cottontail rabbits, beaver, coyote, whitetail deer, and a plethora of grey squirrels! In addition, the bird watching can be very productive, with ample food sources and resting areas for resident and migrating species.


Endicott Park horse in pasture

Endicott Park is open 365 days a year from 9am – sunset.  A staff of three (3) full-time and three (3) part-time/seasonal Park Rangers are responsible for the stewardship and maintenance of the grounds, facilities and care of our farm animals.  In addition to their stewardship, public safety and maintenance responsibilities, staff also offer year-round environmentally orientated recreation programs.


Due to the overwhelming interest in our park for those who are looking to host family gatherings, BBQs, birthday parties, company and church outings, the Town requires all organized groups, for-hire photographers and commercial vendors to obtain a permit reservation.  You can find more information on reservations and permits under our Permits & Fees tab.

Endicott Park

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