ANNUAL CHILI RIDE scheduled for Sunday, November 20, 2016 HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO BAD WEATHER PREDICTIONS
Trails in the Eagle Wintering Area will be closing Nov 1
EQUESTRIANS PLEASE CLEAN UP MANURE AND HAY FROM YOUR PARKING AREAS
EQUESTRIAN CONTACT INFORMATION
Maudslay State Park Assoc.
54 Congress St
Salisbury, MA 01952
PARK CONTACT INFORMATION
MA DEPT OF CONSERVATION AND RECREATION
MAUDSLAY STATE PARK
CURZON MILL ROAD
Adopt An Acre
Maudslay State Park Association invites individuals and groups to share its goal of preserving and protecting the natural beauty of Maudslay State Park by participating in the Adopt-An-Acre program.
Adopt-An-Acre allows sponsorship of a favorite spot at Maudslay State Park for one year. The adoption fee is $50.00 per acre and includes free membership to the Maudslay State Park Association, also known as the “Friends Group”.
Members receive a seasonal newsletter and a seasonal calendar of events. All participants in the Adopt-An-Acre program will be showcased at the Visitor’s Center at Maudslay State Park and in the “Maudslay Views” newsletter, a seasonal publication distributed by the Maudslay State Park Association.
Funds raised by the Adopt-An-Acre program will be earmarked for the General Fund of the Maudslay State Park Association to maintain and enhance the park as determined by its Board of Directors.
To Adopt-An-Acre, please complete the information form and mail it along with your check to: Adopt-An-Acre, Maudslay State Park Association, 74 Curzon Mill Road, Newburyport, MA 01950.
Adopting-An-Acre does not require any maintenance of the acre site by the Adopting party nor does it allow any demarcation of the site by the Adopting party.
Maudslay State Park Association Mission
To assist in the operation of Maudslay State Park and to serve as liaison between the nearby communities and the Department of Conservation and Recreation. To promote the wise use of the natural and historical resources of the Park, foster its use and enjoyment by the public consistent with the protection and preservation of its environment, and engage in such educational, scientific and civic activities as will assist the State in the formation and operation of the Park.