While we oftentimes receive requests for “reservation” of this Town amenity, we must tell interested parties that there are no reservations accepted for this structure nor for the grounds surrounding it. The picturesque pavilion was donated by the Rotary Club of Danvers for the enjoyment of the general public. There can be no assurance that … Continued
FAQ Topic: Park Permits and Reservations
All organized groups of any size, or event at Endicott Park requires a reservation & permit. Any reservation requesting use of: Tents, Staging, Canopies, Catering and/or Entertainment must submit a Certificate of Liability from the equipment vendor with your application. The Certificate of Liability must list “Town of Danvers” as additionally insured. Amusement Rides, Bouncy … Continued
The Town of Danvers offers a memorial bench program for those interested in donating a bench for installation on Town property to memorialize or honor someone special. All donations must be approved by the Board of Selectmen. Additional information and policies are listed below. Applicants must read the memorial bench information and policies, fully complete … Continued
Endicott Park makes a beautiful background for your personal photos though for-hire photography in Endicott Park requires approval through our permit process. Click here for photography permit reservations.
Fires are not allowed without prior authorization.
Smaller/fixed charcoal grills are available in the Pond picnic area without reservation for small family use. Larger/portable charcoal grills are available upon request for larger permitted groups. You must supply your own charcoal grilling tools.
No. Endicott Park is not a campground and does not permit camping or overnight use.
Yes. There is a parking fee on Weekends and Holidays of $2.00 for Danvers resident vehicles and $4.00 for non-Danvers resident vehicles. Weekday donations are appreciated and go to support the Friends of Endicott Park Inc. in there mission to support the preservation, conservation and enhancement of our natural, educational and historic resource.
Alcohol is only allowed in Endicott Park with an approved One-Day Liquor License. Without a One-Day Liquor license, possession and/or consumption of alcoholic beverages is prohibited.
Yes. Pets are always welcome but must be on leashed unless in the designated Dog Park. Dog waste transmits disease and contaminates water supplies so please pick up after your pet. There is $25-$100 fine for failing to comply with these Town By-Laws.