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FAQ Topic: Parks and Recreation

What is the Town’s Memorial Bench Program?

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

Are there grills available for my picnic at Endicott Park?

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.

Who cares for the farm animals at Endicott Park?

All our farm animals are cared for daily by our trained Park Staff. They are vaccinated and visited regularly by a Veterinarian.   Our Children’s Barn offers visitors the opportunity to view domestic farm animals housed in an historic farm building.  Both structured and informal talks are conducted by the Park Staff for elementary level education … Continued

Is there a Parking/Entrance Fee at Endicott Park?

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.

Is alcohol allowed at Endicott Park?

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.

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