Endicott Park

Come and experience Danvers’ premier park. Endicott Park is 165 acres of natural beauty with an abundance of habitats, and a rich cultural heritage. During your visit, you’ll explore some of the most unique and varied recreational land on the North Shore.

Carriage House in the Fall

Take a journey back to the early 19th century to what was once a thriving gentlemen’s farm with many of the original buildings. Populated with farm animals and antique farm equipment, the historic farm turned park provides a fun and educational stop while visiting the North Shore. The homestead, purchased in 1961, includes the original mansion (Glen Magna Farms) maintained by the Danvers Historical Society, and carriage house, animal barn, hay barn, out-buildings and pastures that make up Endicott Park, maintained by the Town of Danvers. Together this partnership maintains much of the original property.

CartDucks and GooseBarrel with Flowers

Voted North Shore Magazine's "Readers' Choice Best Park", Endicott's landscape includes pastoral views, historic farm buildings, orchards, woodlands, and marshes, with a network of trails, pathways, and gravel roads for ease of exploration. Additionally, you’ll find community gardens, picnic areas, a pond, playground, disc golf course, dog park, sensory trail, and self-guided tours. Don’t forget to stop into our family-friendly Nature Center featuring changing exhibitions, hands-on displays and workspace for arts and crafts.

Experience, Explore, Grow!